Google Starts Issuing Invites To Google Domains (1st Screen Shot)

Last month, Google announced it is getting into the domain name registration business through Google Domains and offered a form to sign up to be invited. Like countless other I submitted the form but I have not heard back.

It seems that some have been invited over time but now those who have access have been given the ability to invite their friends. I believe this is coming mostly out of Google employees who have accounts with Google Domains. A few people have offered invites but all are gone in minutes.

Google Domains beta is working a lot like the initial Gmail invite system.

Kim Clinkunbroomer posted on Google+ a screen shot of the interface for Google Domains:

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The interface seems very primitive and doesn’t seem to have a lot of menus or options. But of course Google Domains is still in Beta testing and most of the invites are given out so that Goole can receive feedback from users.

If anyone has an invite for Google Domains please send it my way. Thanks.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

7 comments

  1. .. still waiting for the invite 🙂

  2. Everyone give me your emails, i will send out the invites, 🙂 jk, invites will cost 10k a piece.

  3. I registered my first domain with Google today. DeviceMessenger(com)….. The interface is nice and clean, however as of today only several New G’s were available for purchase or transfer. I will be testing out the transfer process further. I am impressed by the simplicity and clean style with clear directions. Very well done, although pricey for the large portfolios.

  4. Yes…I have an invite…..

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