GoDaddy Hosting Reviews

GoDaddy Hosting Reviews

Rated 2.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

GoDaddy was founded in 1997. They are one of the most well-known domain registers. You can purchase web hosting with them, too. GoDaddy has over 18,000,000 customers and 14 facilities that are located in the United States, Europe, India, etc.

2 reviews for GoDaddy Hosting Reviews

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    Garen Arnold

    GoDaddy was the first web hosted company that I ever hosting with. To be quite honest with you they have left a bad taste in my mouth. In the beginning when I first got into web design I used them. This was in 2003. At that time their web hosting was very slow, buggy, and to be honest kind of a hassle to deal with.

    Again, I was very new to developing websites and was using Dreamweaver to develop websites. But, there was always problems whenever I was making updates or throughout the day.

    I eventually quit hosting with them. Once, I switched from GoDaddy to InMotion (see review) I noticed that my websites loaded much quicker. No longer did I have long waiting times, 500 error messages, and customer support wasn’t a hassle to deal with.

    However, in 2015 I tried them out again. I believe at that time they were under new management or there were some big changes with them. I noticed that they had made a lot of improvements. The site speed seemed to drastically increase, offered WordPress managed web hosting. But, customer support was still kind of difficult to work with. Their live chat feature doesn’t always work, sometimes it takes a bit to get ahold of them on the telephone. I believe they stated that live chat doesn’t work on Sunday, but I would have problems trying to talk to them via live chat throughout the week.

    I do buy domain names with them. I don’t host with them, though. If you’re not careful you can easily end up purchasing something as an upsell from GoDaddy, though.

    Much better host out there, but not as bad as they used to be back in the day.

  2. Rated 2 out of 5

    Felix

    Honestly, I get so sick and tired of the constant upsells from GoDaddy. They start you at a low introductory rate and then everything increases after the first year. Typically, I will purchase domain names with GoDaddy and then within the first year transfer them over to NameCheap.

    I don’t host with GoDaddy because it always seems to be a hassle. Can’t say I have much experience hosting with them. But, years ago I did try their hosting out and it was a total nightmare.

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