Now Google in domain registrars battle. Yes we already have tons of choice to buy or manage our domain names but now Google is getting into the battle. As you know Google, if you purchase their domain service you might not expect its features less than wow.
Google domain registration system launched in beta, with a hope of helping small businesses to create their online presence. Google Domains allow you to find, buy, transfer and manage your domains and directly connect you to website builders such as Shopify, Squarespace, Weebly and Wix.
However Google Domains is currently available only for users in the US. Google Domains is now publicly available, business owners can search, find, purchase, and transfer their domain names, including .ninja, .com, .net, .big and .org.
When you buy or transfer a domain name, you’ll get free private registration so your personal information isn’t publicized, Create up to 100 email aliases with your domain, such as [email protected]_company or [email protected]_company, and have them forwarded to existing email accounts, like [email protected]
Google Domains charges the same amount for each year of registration. You can add up to ten years (five years for .co domains) of registration and you can renew your domain at the same price every year. For example, if a .com domain costs $12 for the first year, two years of registration will cost $24. You can auto renew your domain every year for the same $12.
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