Google cuts off new Page Creators

Google said on Friday it has stopped accepting new sign-ups for its free Page Creator Web site creation and hosting service after launching it one day earlier. "We decided in advance to limit the number of page sign-ups in order to provide users with an optimal publishing experience," the company said in a statement. "Due to extraordinary demand, we recently reached that limit so we have temporarily paused additional sign-ups. We expect to offer sign-ups again very soon.

Users may check the Google Page Creator Web site regularly for updates or submit their e-mail address to a wait list and we will contact them when we have the capacity to support additional users."

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