Pros
  • One-click install for Drupal, WordPress
  • Global data centers
  • Loads of hosting plans to choose
Cons
  • Lacks cloud hosting
  • Doesn’t offer much default email
  • GoDaddy is one of the world’s leading providers of offshore server hosting, supporting 44 million websites. The company has 14 institutions worldwide and is recognized as one of the largest domain name registrants. They also provide web servers for small and large websites. SiteGround, similarly, partners with Amazon to rent servers from AWS instead of their own.
  • GoDaddy has an average online rate of 99.97% and a page load speed of 554 milliseconds, which is okay. GoDaddy offers GoCentral, a free, simple drag-and-drop website builder for beginners, so building your website is a great option. It also has tools familiar to developers like MySQL, cPanel, CloudLinux, and Python with multiple PHP versions.
  • The cheapest space plan is $5.99/ month for 100GB of web storage and unlimited data bandwidth. Security monitoring and DDOS protection are also included.
  • However, GoDaddy has a lot of “extra sales,” such as the cheapest plan that doesn’t include website backups, SSL certificates, and email accounts. If you need these services, you need to pay an extra fee.
  • GoDaddy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee on all packages

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Godaddy
9.5/10