Create & connect sites in Google Domains

Use Google Domains to create sites or connect to your current Google Sites account.

Create a site

  1. On your computer, go to Google Domains.
  2. Click the domain name you want to manage.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Website and then Build website.
  5. Under "Simple site," click Continue.
  6. Click Start new site.

Important: You’ll get a notification if there’s a domain name system (DNS) conflict. Otherwise, Google Domains will default to "www" and redirect the root domain. You can use a subdomain to specify a different fully qualified domain name (FQDN). You'll need to open the website DNS page and delete the conflicted DNS settings.

Connect to an existing Google Site

Tip: If you previously created your Google Site through Google Domains, your site’s already connected.

Important: Before you connect your Google Site, make sure you use the same account for both Google Domains and Google Sites.

  1. On your computer, go to Google Domains.
  2. Click the domain name you want to manage.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Website and then Build website.
  5. Under "Simple site," click Continue.
  6. Click Use existing site.
  7. Enter the subdomain you want to use.
  8. Select the Google Site you want connected to your domain.
    • If you only want to connect the full site name that starts with "www," uncheck the option to redirect the entire root domain to your Google Site.
  9. Click Connect site.
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