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Is there any alternative to Google Sites that permits custom domain hosting, and a modern selection of templates and GUI web editing tools? I still suggest to people to Google Sites, but the product has really stagnated lately and I'm wondering what else is out there.

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Weebly is awesome. It has a wonderfully intuitive website creator.

I don't know if they have kept adding features at the same pace they did a year ago, but their applications is quite well-rounded and they have a lot of templates to choose from (+ the editor).

Hope this helps!

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weebly is a scam... avoid if at all possible. – user17769 Mar 1 '12 at 13:37
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why do you say so? I haven't had any negative experience with it... – mvime Mar 13 '12 at 1:51

+1 for Weebly. You might also take a look at SquareSpace, very similar.

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