Since launching our domain transfer offer to Google Domains customers just over two weeks ago, we’ve been overwhelmed and heartened by the response of those who’ve made the switch.
If you haven’t heard about this incredible deal and are one of the millions of folks looking for a Google Domains alternative, here’s why you should make the switch to WordPress.com ASAP:
Don’t take our word for it, though. Here’s what folks are saying:
To be clear, there’s no catch! WordPress.com has been a domain registrar for over a decade.
(By the way, we’ve made a bunch of improvements to the Reader in the last handful of months. Check it out!)
It’s not just customers who are taking notice. The domains industry is weighing in too. DomainInvesting.com noted:
“I would imagine there are many Google Domains customers who use WordPress for their website, so this offer makes sense.”
WPTavern, an outlet that covers WordPress news, commented:
“WordPress.com is putting the heat on with a new offer to pay transfer fees and an additional year of registration for the first million domains moved from Google Domains. WordPress.com is also guaranteeing Google Domains customers the same pricing or lower for 400+ top-level domains.”
Search Engine Journal, the top spot for SEO news, compared our new offering directly to GoDaddy:
Are WordPress.com Domain Registrations Cheap?
Yes, registering a domain with WordPress.com is very low priced, matching the low prices that Google Domains charges.
- GoDaddy charges $21.99 per year for registering a dot com domain.
- WordPress.com only charges $12 per year for the same dot com domain.
If you’re a Google Domains customer, be sure to move to WordPress.com today to take advantage of this incredible deal. If you’re not a Google Domains customer, we hope you’ll consider WordPress.com for your domain(s) management. You won’t find better long-term prices or support anywhere.Move your domain(s) now
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