Web Host Review: GoDaddy.com
The Daddy of all web hosts? Yes, in my humble opinion (imho), GoDaddy is great as far as a Web host. We have had sites hosted here for about a decade, and we can attest to the reliability, customer service, and software availability on Godaddy. It’s also as economical as any other Web host out there, depending on your needs.
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That means you can gain the efficiency of our GoDaddy knowledge, as we have worked with their systems for several years. You can get your site set up fast, with any support you need for moving forward. This is a great advantage, since it can take a while to learn about host software, WordPress (if you want to start a blog), and Web design and security at any Web host. We can handle all this for you!
To keep it real, the only down side I have ever experienced is a little bit of need to study how their Web site is organized. Sometimes it is apparent, but sometimes I need to hunt to figure out how to do something. This is better than being limited by services not offered at all.
If I call, their customer service is available 24 hours a day, however. So any difficulties are ameliorated by their strong customer service.
What are the things I have done on Godaddy? Well, here is a partial list:
- Worpress sites
- Web sites and Email (including Web mail) for clients’ domains
- Securing Web sites with SSL
- Online Fax Services / Email Faxing
- Ecommerce & Web Shopping Carts
- Linux/Unix and Windows Web sites
- Web applications (.NET and Java)
- Linking domain names to Google Blogger sites
- Drupal and Joomla Content Management Systems
- Video and audio podcasts
- Online Calendars
- Getting Dedicated Servers for Clients
- Storing large file online
You can depend on GoDaddy, like any good patriarch 🙂