Google Buys g.co as the official URL shortcut for Google websites

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Search Giant, Google, announced yesterday on its official blog that it has bought .co address to be used as the official URL shortcut for Google websites. Google's VP Consumer Marketing, Gary Briggs, said:
In the world of URLs, bigger is not always better. In 2009, we helped shrink up long, unwieldy URLs by launching our public URL shortener, goo.gl. Today, we’re announcing a new URL shortcut that will link only to official Google products and services: g.co.
But this doesn't mean that goo.gl will be closing or changing. It will stay as it was as Briggs said:
There’s no need to fret about the fate of goo.gl; we like it as much as you do, and nothing is changing on that front. It will continue to be our public URL shortener that anybody can use to shorten URLs across the web.
Keep your eyes on the updates to see when Google will start rolling out g.co as their Official URL shortner for Google Products

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