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GOOG: Google’s Getting Into the Domain Game

Google Domain is currently in beta


Google (GOOG) is getting into the domain name business with its new service, Google Domain.

google-googAt the moment, Google Domain is in its beta and is only available to those with invites. The domain name service includes covering the cost of private registration, which keeps users name, email and address away from the public. It also supports branded emails, reports PC  World.

Google hasn’t officially announced how much it will cost to have a domain through it, but a photo suggests that the price will be $12 a year. In comparison, GoDaddy charges $8 a year for a “.com” domain name. It also offers privacy registration for $8 per domain and email support for $5 a month, PC World notes.

Those looking to build a website with Google Domain can pay a little extra for additional services. These services include access to Squarespace, Shopify, Wix and Weebly. This will allow users to have everything they need for making a website under one roof, so to speak.

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