First and foremost, you must have a Gmail account in order to access Google Page Creator. If you do not have a Gmail account, go to http://Gmail.com and follow the instructions to sign up for one. If you need an invitation, please email me, and I'll send you one.

If you already have a Gmail account, you are in luck...almost. Navigate to either of these pages...

http://GooglePages.com
http://pages.google.com

...and it will bring you to a login screen. I said "almost" because Google has been limiting new accounts due to overwhelming response. If you do gain access, you are all set. If not, please be patient, as this is still beta--you will eventually be granted access.

That's it! Once you login, you see the Page Manager screen where you manage your pages...but that's for another Tip!

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Jim is proud to have had his site GmailTips.com included as one of PC Magazine’s “99 Undiscovered Web Sites” in their list of “Top Web Sites of 2006“. These sites were described as:
"...sites that are flying under the radar, but are useful, funny, or interesting enough to merit entrée into the Web's public consciousness."
- PC Magazine, 2006
GMailTips
www.gmailtips.com
By Kyle Monson
"This exhaustive Gmail tips site has all sorts of hints and tricks to help you get the most out of the free mail service. The site is run by Jim of Jim's Tips, and if it doesn't quench your thirst for shortcuts, go to his main page (www.jimstips.com) for more mobile- and Web-application tricks."
- PC Magazine, 2006