Tired of long URLs for Google’s products and pages (like Google+ profiles)? Well, Google is too, so they have G.co now, much like Twitter’s T.co, and Amazon’s A.co. Apparently the G.co link will go online later today, and will be the ultimate form of verification that you’re visiting a true Google page or product, in the format of g.co/[XYZproduct/service]. As for the price of said TLD, .Co founder Juan Diego Calle states a domain like G.co costs more than $1.5 million, and as part of this monumental addition to the .Co portfolio, the 500 Startups will become 500.co, therefore giving the “.Co” branding the true definition of “company”.
So now, here’s the question: Is T.co better than G.co?