Review Of Godaddy Web Hosting

 Is Godaddy Is Good Web Hosting

GoDaddy is known best as the market's largest domain registrar. As a web hosting provider, it offers a wide range of services, including shared hosting, WordPress hosting, VPS hosting, and dedicated hosting. GoDaddy's customer reviews say that its hosting services are not good, but there are still quite a few of them that state so. I purchased a hosting plan from GoDaddy to test whether that was true or false. Within this GoDaddy review, you'll find what I learned about pricing and ease of use, performance, security, additional features, and customer support.

Rates for GoDaddy

The cheapest plan at GoDaddy is $1.99/month, although the premium plans are a bit more expensive. There are other hosting options, such as WordPress, Business, VPS, and Dedicated. Websites and users have a lot of options available. Prices for these solutions are also quite reasonable. When it comes to VPS pricing, however, I'd suggest you check out our list of cheap VPS hosting solutions. I will stick to shared hosting for this GoDaddy review, since it is the most popular option. You can choose from 3 different shared hosting packages. They are all very generous and include a free domain and unmetered bandwidth. Plans include a free domain and unmetered bandwidth. 

Features Of Web Hosting

There is a limit of 1 website, 100 GB of storage, and 10 databases. Basic plans offer 100GB of storage space, which is plenty. With most plans, you won't get an SSL certificate, however. You can install an SSL certificate on your own for free if your hosting service does not provide one. Some of the most reliable providers include Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt. On the basis of these plans, we can safely say that GoDaddy's shared hosting is better suited to websites that are heavy and do not necessarily offer eCommerce functionality (for those, you might want to check out eCommerce hosting options. That means you should not handle sensitive data on these devices like credit card numbers. Moreover, the huge amount of storage space makes them ideal for news sites, blogs, and portfolios as well.

Best Value Plan

Right now, the Economy annual plan is the ultimate plan. The monthly rate is just $1.99. you can get unlimited storage, free domain integration, and a free domain name. Renewing is relatively more expensive, however. It is anything but normal to see an increase after a renewal. Most providers will raise their prices after a renewal. To determine if GoDaddy offers good value for you, you should weigh your needs against the price. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee offered by GoDaddy. Despite this, the domain will be deducted from your account, and you can keep it. Furthermore, if you have purchased the service for a period less than a year, you will have 48 hours to cancel the service. Comparing GoDaddy prices with those of other hosts, they are generally average. It does, however, offer good discounts and generous resources. 

Does hosting management make it easy to use?

You will find GoDaddy to be really easy to use in terms of user experience and hosting management. While cPanel is also available, it allows you to set up your website in the native dashboard. As soon as you sign up, you will see the following. There is a Set up button by the Web Hosting section. You will not be able to create an account until you have completed the website and hosting setup wizard. It's also possible to set up Microsoft 365. This service is free only during the first year. The freebie didn't interest me, so I went straight to hosting setup. It wasn't difficult at all. Make sure your server location is closer to your audience, not you. This will reduce loading time for your visitors. The majority of the world's data centers are located on three continents - North America, Europe, and Asia. I had my WordPress online and ready to test within 2 minutes. 

There was a new interface, which is where GoDaddy manages the site. In the Action Center, you'll find all of your websites in one location, as well as information about your server and account. There is also a handy cPanel Admin button.

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