Google to Sell Domain Names
Google is partnering with GoDaddy.com and eNom to add domain registration services to its Google Apps for Your Domain product.
GoDaddy President and COO Warren Adelman told internetnews.com he had to take the fifth on whether Google will make a cameo appearance in any Super Bowl commercials this year.
In the meantime, Google said in a statement that it plans to charge customers $10 per domain, per year. It’s a price that includes private registration to protect personal information.
Ten dollars per year is about four dollars less than what GoDaddy.com currently charges for private registration, but Adelman said he isn’t worried the deal will undercut his company’s business.
“We see this growing the overall market awareness and market importance of the domain name,” Adelman said.
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