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Google Domains

Simplified domain management powered by Google
our rating 4.5 out of 5 Stars

Google DomainsProduct Overview

  1. About Google Domains
  2. Pros of Google Domains
  3. Cons of Google Domains
  4. Breakdown of core features

Google Domains product overview

Google Domains empowers business owners to find a suitable domain name for their company. With this provider, users can search millions of domains, create a website, and get customized email accounts while seamlessly integrating with other Google products and services. From business websites and professional portfolios to special events and personal publishing, customers get the tools required to get a custom email alias and build a professional online presence.

Google Domains simplifies finding a spot on the web. Organizations can register their own in just a few clicks. The platform provides added security and intuitive tools to streamline domain management. It enables businesses to find the right name for people to find them. Additionally, it brings search and suggestion tools that allow users to pick from hundreds of domain name endings.

Customers can integrate Google Domains with Google Analytics, Search Console, and Workspace, and get the reliability of DNS on Google infrastructure. Furthermore, they get privacy and security features like two-factor authentication, privacy protection, and DNSSEC.

Pros of Google Domains

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  • Whether users need to create a simple site, a blog, or a robust e-commerce solution, Google Domains has the tools and partners to help build the website like a pro.
  • Users can choose from more than 300 domain endings. From .com to .photography, to .cafe, users can find a simple, memorable domain that’s just right for them.

Cons of Google Domains

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  • It offers limited domain extensions compared to its competitors
  • It is currently available only in 26 countries.

Breakdown of core features

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Domain forwarding

The provider lets organizations forward their domain to any URL or IP address. When a user purchases or transfers a domain to Google Domains, they can point the domain name to an existing domain and website to drive users to a single location. For example, “www.example.net” could forward to “www.example.com.”

Domain management tools

Google Domains delivers a range of tools to streamline domain management. It supports Domain Sharing, allowing businesses to permit clients to manage a domain alongside them. It also facilitates multi-domain registration, enabling users to register multiple domains at once.

Custom subdomains

Users can customize their domain with subdomains, such as “blog.example.com” and “shop.example.com,” to create unique pages within the website.

Safe Google infrastructure

Google Domains’ One-Click DNSSEC feature facilitates protecting domains from DNS threats like cache poison attacks and DNS spoofing. Moreover, its Cloud DNS support scales to meet the website’s traffic demands and extends quick DNS resolution. Google Domains also keeps contact information private on WHOIS and RDAP to prevent spam.

(Last updated on 05/05/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    All Industries
  • Pricing
    Average
  • Works Best For
    Any Sized Businesses

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Features

  • Domain sharing
  • Email forwarding
  • Domain forwarding
  • Custom subdomains
  • Domain management tools
  • DNS Export
  • One-Click DNSSEC
  • Cloud DNS
  • Privacy Protection
  • Automatic domain verification

Integrations

  • Shopify
  • Squarespace
  • WIX
  • Bluehost
  • Weebly
  • Google products and properties

Pricing Model

  • Annual registration

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Japanese