Google Launches .ing Domains with a Million-Dollar Price Tag in Early Access
Creative Registration Partnerships Bring .ing Domains to Life
Google Registry, operating under the name Charleston Road Registry to adhere to ICANN requirements, has unveiled its latest venture: the sale of .ing domains, a new top-level domain (TLD). Registrations for this fresh domain extension have officially opened, but early adopters should be prepared to make a substantial financial commitment to gain early access to this unique suffix.
Google is collaborating with partner companies, including GoDaddy, to facilitate these domain registrations, acting as an intermediary in the process.
To celebrate the launch of .ing domains, Google has teamed up with select companies to demonstrate creative ways of utilizing these new web addresses. Canva has successfully registered draw.ing and design.ing, while Adobe has secured edit.ing and sign.ing for Acrobat.