A Bold Move to Attract Users Away from Squarespace
Google is selling its domain business to Squarespace. WordPress wants to get in on the action. They are offering a unique deal. It's a big one.
1 million free domain transfers.
That's right, free. WordPress will pay the bill for these transfers. They want to capture part of Google's domains. They don't like Squarespace getting more market share.
What does this mean for users? A chance to switch. A chance to move from Google Domains to WordPress's own service. It's easy and it's ahead of Google's big shift.
You transfer it right now by clicking this link: here
Google Domains has about 10 million domains. WordPress's offer is for 1 million of them. It includes a year of renewal. That's a big saving.
How much? Maybe $10 million or more. That's a lot of free transfers.
WordPress.com says its prices will stay the same or be lower. Only if wholesale prices go up will they raise them. Squarespace? They'll match Google's prices for a year. But they're usually higher.
Matt Mullenweg, WordPress creator, is not happy. He wanted to buy Google Domains. He said so on Twitter. But now, his company is doing something else.
They're making a bold move. They're trying to get ahead. They're offering something special.
Is it a good deal? Time will tell. But for now, WordPress's free transfer offer is a hot topic.
In the world of domains and web building, this is big news. WordPress is making waves. They're shaking things up.
And they want you to be part of it.
Ludjon, who co-founded Codeless, possesses a deep passion for technology and the web. With over a decade of experience in constructing websites and developing widely-used WordPress themes, Ludjon has established himself as an accomplished expert in the field.