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You've put time into creating your Stanford Sites website, so you'll probably want Google (and other search engines) to know about it. One of the ways to get this done is by submitting your website sitemap. This blog post will walk you through how to claim ownership of your Stanford Sites website, then submit the website to Google for indexing.
Starting July 12, new group and department websites requested on Stanford Sites will live in the cloud. These websites have new modules available to them. What are they and what do they do?
The inaugural 2018 Stanford Global Energy Forum website stands out as a Stanford Sites superstar. The forum is coming up in November 2018 and will gather thought leaders and decision makers from the private sector, government, academia, non-profits and media to engage in strategic and balanced dialogue about the Future of Energy.
As 2017 draws to a close, the Stanford Web Services team is closing sprints, cleaning our desks (mostly), emptying inboxes, submitting our final timesheets, and hoping no one reports a bug in the next 24 hours. Goodbye 2017, hello winter break!