Pennington Research Association

Using Google sites to create Family Group websites

  • July 31, 2012 2:36 PM
    Message # 1027110
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    After reading in the PRA blog, about the free websites that Google has to offer, I think this might be an answer for all of our family groups.  Making a  Family Group Websites then would be available for those of us who have minimal skills in setting up a website. 

    I think it would be a very viable option.  Since we, as PRA Family Group Leaders,  already have an email address with PRA's google; this would mean that any leader's work would be able to be passed to the next leader with minimal disruption. 

    It would also mean that the website would be updated with the newest technology available for website creation as well as source/citation/data. 

    From my standpoint, working from the JFMF and trying to verify individuals and sources and citations, has been a time-consuming proofing and editing process.

    I am willing to try to get a PRA Family Group 30 website up and running, using the Google website.

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