6. Create a One-Page Website Wrap-Up

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In this lesson, you used Google Sites  to design an engaging one-page website.

You included an impactful  call to action to encourage or instruct your viewers to do something specific.

As you completed this lesson, you: Created a website in Google Sites,  named it, and added a title...

Selected a theme for your website...

Selected a layout and added  text to your website...

Added a footer with your contact information,  including a link to your email address...

Inserted images relating to your topic...

Added one or more section backgrounds...

Previewed and then published your website...

And finally, you shared your  website with others in an email.

A one-page website is a great  way to provide information about a topic for your viewers  to make a decision and act on.

Your content and navigation stay on one single  page, ensuring that the most important details, including your call to action, are  easily visible to your viewers.

You can apply the skills and concepts  you used in this lesson to create other types of one-page websites, like...

A portfolio of your work to  build your personal brand...

A landing page for your resume...

Or for a hobby or personal interest that you’d  like to encourage others to participate in too.

When you want to communicate a brief, yet powerful  message to help you promote your small business, build your personal brand, or publicize an event, build a one-page website to send a clear message  to your audience and ensure a successful outcome!

Certificate of Completion

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Certificate of Completion

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