GoDaddy recently entered the Managed WordPress Hosting marketplace. Their plans are shown below:
|Pro 1||$13.00 pm||1||100K||10GB|
|Pro 5||$36.00 pm||5||200K||20GB|
|Pro 10||$60.00 pm||10||500K||30GB|
|Pro 25||$120.00 pm||25||1M||30GB|
|Pro 50||$240.00 pm||50||2M||30GB|
|Managed Level I||$24.95 pm||unlimited||20GB||10GB|
|Managed Level II||$44.95 pm||unlimited||40GB||20GB|
|Managed Level III||$69.95 pm||unlimited||60GB||30GB|
Resources & Reviews of GoDaddy
A Decline in Web Hosting Business
GoDaddy has been losing ground to competition in relation to web hosting. The latest quarter financials in August 2018 confirmed this fact, with investors left disappointed.
GoDaddy has an unshakeable stigma for shared servers that are slow and aged with not enough power to serve a lightbulb, service that leads from the initial customer agent to the long winded tech support ticket department (not loved when your website has crashed) and overall the consumer ratings are poor, as noted on TrustPilot.