Google Domains open to the public: Bigg market hosting domains

Google announces the launch in public beta Domains, the service owner for hosting domains open to American users. At the moment it’s just a unique American, but Google Domains could actually change the framework of the market for the sale of domains worldwide. After all, we know, Big G has the ability to break into a market and overwhelm him with its inviting proposals, often thanks to an advertising service digital unmatched allowing him to offer very attractive prices.

Officially launched last summer, and used up to now by invitation only, Google Domains reached in the US state of public beta. It is not just a web space in which to record the URL of a site but as often Google has accustomed us, a platform with which to rely on the tools of the Mountain View giant, and those of business partners.

From the dashboard to manage their web space is extremely simple to install, for example, various platforms: among those available are the owner Blogger, for the publication of editorial content, but it is also possible to implement tools through partner services, like Shopify, Squarespace, Wix and Weebly. For the implementation of third-party services, will naturally demand a greater familiarity.

Domains with Google you can buy or sell domains, or create up to 100 email addresses (often the others stop to 5) with GMail platform related to your domain. You can keep your private registration with no additional cost, and you can rely on DNS servers of Google for the guarantee of a speed of loading pages always very high. Among the other services offered are also the ability to have custom 100 subdomains and redirects free.

Included in the price ($ 12 per year for the most popular TLD) also a dedicated support, both by telephone and via e-mail. The choice of top-level domains is also extremely extended, among which we find .coffee.academy, .company, .ninja, and also the domain .haus to $ 110 per year. At the moment Google Domains is not offering the ability to register domains international, possibilities, which should arrive in the near future.