Google Jumps into another area of online existence. Today Google Announced Google Domains Beta Edition in the US. Google will now give competition to domain market innovator Hostgator & GoDaddy, with the launch of a domain-name shop Google Domains. Once you get a domain through Google, you also get your own customized Dashboard, where other Google service like Blogger and several website themes are already included. A domain registering service from Google will finally finish Google’s voided web-based applications ecosystem.
Google Domains has been up and operating as a private beta for a little while, but from today morning it has been launched up to the wider public (US). The service will provide layouts and a site builder cost evaluation tool, which includes partners like Shopify, Squarespace, Wix and Weebly. Many of the new features were applied at the recommendation of beginning testers, Google says.
Domain signing up is only $12 per year, which is less expensive than GoDaddy’s amount, however with domain privacy free through Google Domains, it makes it significantly less expensive than GoDaddy’s $20.98 for both registration and regular privacy of a .com domain name. Google clarifies that the service is still considered to be in beta testing
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With Google Domains, you’ll be able to trading of domains through the service, as well as create up to 100 email addresses under one domain. The review also mentioned that Google was the second largest candidate to register for generic TLDs or gTLDs. Google Domains provide you Up to 100 sub-domains can be used, and the dashboard allows for advanced control of domains
Godaddy has a lot more technical expertise, such as huge storage and bandwith abilities. It would be exciting to see that how Google Domain will do the same to stay in new market.
Google said at the time its service also contains phone assistance, showing Google’s intention to promote it more to business customers. You can find the complete record of domain names here. Worldwide support for Google Domains is not currently available – to be notified, sign up for an alert from Google.