Google now lets everyone in US register domains

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A little while ago Google got into the domain registration game on an invite-only basis. Now, after about 6 months of testing, they have decided to open up domain registration to all US users. The price is $12/yr, they have a decent selection of the new TLDs and otherwise seem pretty comparable to other registrars. One good thing they offer for free is private domain registration, frequently an add-on from other cheap registrars. On the downside, you can easily find deals from places like HostGator, GoDaddy and Bluehost that makes domains dirt cheap while you're probably not going to get those discounts from Google.

See the full article on MarketingLand, http://marketingland.com/google-opens-domain-registration-service-u-s-users-114198. Are you going to buy your next domain from Google (or transfer an existing one)?