Google Apps and Domains
Google Apps are available as an option with every domain purchase.
This service includes:
- Personalized email
- Google web page creator
- Google talk
- Google docs and spreadsheets
To get started using Google Apps, you need to have a website name, such as "mysite.com" or "mystartup.biz." If you don't have a domain name yet, register your website name through Google as part of the signup process. Google partners with a range of English language domain name registrars, so you can select and pay for a unique website name while you join Google.
If you have a site name already, enter the name on Google Apps and click submit. You'll be prompted to complete a form that registers your existing name with Google and connects your Google Apps account.
If you do not have a site name, take a few minutes to brainstorm names that succinctly and clearly describe your business. Click on the Find button so Google can search the name availability. Then input the name in the text box and select the top-level domain you want, such as .com, .co, or .info.
Click Check Availability once you enter the name, and we'll perform a domain name search. If the name is not available, you will be prompted to search again. If the name is available, you will be prompted to register and the text boxes on the form will become live, so that you can register. Since only one person can own a unique domain name at a given time, you must continue to search until you find a website name that is available.
Once purchased, go to our faq to learn about how to setup Google Apps on your new domain.