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G.Co is the top-level domain URL shortcut for Google, as announced on July 18, 2011. According to Gary Briggs, Google's Vice President of consumer marketing, the .co purchase was to help users of the shortened domain "always end up at a page for a Google product or service."
- Alexia Tsotsis (18 July 2011). "Google Buys G.Co To Create An Official URL Shortcut For Google Products". Tech Crunch. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Elinor Mills (18 July 2011). "Google buys g.co domain". cnet. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
- Gary Briggs (18 July 2011). "g.co, the official URL shortcut for Google websites". Official Google Blog. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
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