GoDaddy GoCentral Website Builder: the right choice for your business?

Once again, GoDaddy rebuilt their website builder from scratch: it’s called GoCentral now. Version 7, their previous product, had only been on the market for three years and didn’t exactly shine in our review. GoCentral now has a completely new look and also works differently: reason enough to make us curious.

There are four plans available to pick from, starting at $5.99 per month. They all come with 24/7 support and website hosting. However, a domain name is not included in the price. Also, if you plan to open an online shop, you can only do this  with their “Online Store” plan.

Unlike before, it is now possible to test the website builder during the first month for free: enough time to find out its pros and cons. Let’s have a closer look.

See it in action here

GoDaddy in Detail

Criterion Rating Comment
Ease of use
The editor is well structured and easy to use. Every element provides several options that are pretty self-explanatory. ‘First steps’ videos will help to understand the basic functions.
Choice and flexibility of design (templates)
The designs look modern, but it's slim pickings. Adding new sections (e.g. a contact form) is easy, but changing their design is limited since every section has a predefined look.
Advertisement-free yes There’s only a little footnote, which can be removed.
The dashboard and editor are available in English, and many other languages. Unfortunately, there is no option to create a multilingual website.
Your own domain name (e.g. .com or .net) yes Even though GoDaddy is the biggest domain registrar in the world, a domain is not included. Of course, it’s possible to buy one or redirect/transfer an existing one.
Depth of navigation
Only one level. This is too limited, not even allowing a sub-menu.
Widgets (small tools to add extra functionality)
Basic functions like adding social media, a picture gallery, etc. are available, but there’s no way to add another widget. An alternative app store is completely missing.
Monetization no You can’t add AdSense code, etc.
The Business plan allows you to add a PayPal Button. If you need an online store, you would need the highest plan. However, for that price, you will find better alternatives here.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
The SEO Wizard takes you by the hand and lets you edit all SEO relevant areas, like page title and description. However, you can’t change URLs or add Alt-Tags, and it looks like that the SEO settings don’t work for product pages.
Blog There’s no blog available.
Visitor statistics
You can only add Google Analytics. Other visitor statistic options are not available.
Contact form yes The form editor comes with some presets, but it’s not possible to add any additional fields like “Subject”.
Password protection no Like in the previous version 7 there’s still no password protection available. It’s only possible to hide pages from the navigation.
Newsletter tool yes GoDaddy offers an integrated newsletter solution for email marketing. Not reviewed.
Add HTML code no The editor doesn’t allow you to add any external code.
Storage space Unlimited There is no web space or bandwidth limit. It’s possible to create up to 999 pages.
Backups & Restore no No backup or restore function available.
Support yes Phone, live chat and a knowledge base with many introduction videos. There’s no email support. Live chat worked pretty fast but felt a bit salesy.
Fun Factor
The editor itself is easy to use, but if you want to create a specific layout, the system is too restrictive. You don’t have a lot of creative freedom, which makes it feel very limited.
Overall Rating
GoDaddy tried to compete with their great competitors, but the website builder still has a long way to go. We hope they will add new features soon.


When you compare GoDaddy’s plans with its biggest competitors Wix and Weebly, you would think that you’d get the same things: a website builder, online store and email marketing.

Long story short: yes, you do, but everything is much more basic. And, unfortunately, there are some standard features completely missing. There’s no blog, password-protection and, of course, no app store either. This makes it impossible to add new features such as a common table or a Facebook ‘like’ button.

Also, the editor itself limits your creative freedom a lot. You cannot arrange and style elements the way you want. Here’s an example: it’s impossible to show a video next to a text block. You can only insert a video above or beneath the text.

The online store is easy to manage and well integrated within the editor. It allows you to sell physical products with shipping as well as services. We’d like to see an option that allows you to sell digital goods like MP3’s or eBooks, too.

The SEO settings are also too basic. In our tests, all our product pages displayed the wrong title and no meta description. Rich snippets for pricing or product names can’t be integrated even though they are very important these days for good Google rankings.

Unfortunately we can’t think of any ideal scenario for when we’d recommend GoCentral. For the limited range of features it’s a very expensive product. Also, we can’t predict when they’ll next scrap their site builder. The last time it occurred, there was no easy way for existing customers to move their content from the old to the new system.

You can find out if it fits your project requirements in their free trial.

GoDaddy Website Builder User Reviews

( 2.3 ) 3 Reviews
The cell phone optimization feature may not line up photo’s with narrative box assigned to the photo depending on the page layout.
Very basic website, lack of customization, Templates were poor.
I would recommend any other choice than GoDaddy

GoDaddy Example Sites

Alternatives to GoDaddy

FAQ about GoDaddy

Can I only register my domain name through Go Daddy but use a different website builder?

Yes, that’s possible.

Is there a free trial?

Yes, the first month is free.

Review Updates

24 Mar 2017 – Full review update: new GoCentral website builder
17 Jan 2017
– Added the restore & backup category to the review
10 Jun 2014 – Review update GoDaddy V7
18 Feb 2013
 – Video review added
11-15 Feb 2013 – Initial tests

Last updated: 24 Mar 2017 | Armin Pinggera

Your questions:

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  • Rod Kackley

    The review of GoDaddy is very accurate. It really isn’t too bad. But support is miserable. I use it because I paid for it, but I am sure there is something better out there.
    However, I will also say the more I use it, the more I am comfortable with it. But support from the people at their help desk is terrible.
    Everyone has a different answer to the same question.

  • Manola

    I am online now with GoDaddy support, trying to get a full refund for my purchase. The website builder 7.0 doesn’t allow you to make a drop down menu.
    The product should be called “Simple-and-pretty-page builder”, that would be more accurat.
    Quite shitty, actually.

  • queenopromo

    The new version also does not allow you to place a music player. I was building a band website got all done until I had to upload some music… it was totally useless and a waste of time.

  • Torino Punkinhead

    Hi Rob Just reading your reviews on Godaddy disc space and bandwidth limits. Could your please change these specification as this is very misleading to the viewer here. The table is incorrect. Godaddy plans are Economy starts with 100 gb of disc space and Unlimited bandwidth while the Deluxe has Unlimited disc space and Unlimited bandwidth. This happens to be the best by far as far as money is concerned.

    • Thank you for your feedback. I’m not sure where you got your information from. I just checked on their website and it’s all correct. They seem to have changed the names of the packages though. Let me know what you think!

      • Torino Punkinhead

        Hi this a godaddy web site as i have something totally different to yours
        this is the URL web site i am looking at

        • Thanks for getting back. These are the hosting plans. Our review is about Go Daddy WebsiteBuilder:

          • Torino Punkinhead

            Oh well thats an easy answer. Godday web builder is not that good. Even the help desk at Godaddy will admit to that. Even i would suggest to stay clear of it. They only have it there as an added feature, as not having this web builder would mean disastrous for their hosting company. Anyhow i am happy to have been of help here and with also the web LINK i provided Above!

          • Torino Punkinhead

            Not funny Rob where is my Link?

          • Hi, it’s still there, I didn’t remove it. Maybe you have to change the comment sorting.

  • chopsueyguigui

    This review is seven months old. A lot has changed. You should check it out now.

    • Thank you for your comment. You’re right and we try to update this review as soon as possible, but we gladly invite you to share your experiences here. More interesting comments about GoDaddy can be found on our YouTube Channel.

  • Palmer

    Thank you guys for your reviews. I’ve found them very helpful.

    I know your team isn’t responsible for GoDaddy and so this next paragraph is more a warning to others but I do have a question after this…

    I built my company’s site with GoDaddy and I’m trying to figure out which website builder to switch to because GoDaddy’s site builder has been one of the worst products I’ve ever used. I have had so many issues with it. I thought it would be quick but it took a long time solely because of the bugs I had to deal with. Primarily, when I drag and drop an element, it automatically jumps about 10 to 20 pixels away from where I dropped it so dealing with that is always fun. When I finally published my site there were huge spaces between paragraphs that are not there in the site builder program and text boxes moved positions from where they are shown in the builder. The phone tech support said it was the browser’s plug-in and if I installed another “clean” browser it would fix it (so what about all the people that didn’t install their browsers yesterday?). I installed three different fresh installs of browsers I didn’t have before and they all rendered exactly the same as my old browser with the positioning errors. If you have created a link in a text box, another text box’s periphery outline cannot overlap the link or the link won’t work which forces you to have large spacing between text boxes/headings. The first phone tech support said, “oh your in the nudging things around stage, just move it a 1/4 inch and it’ll fix it.” That did indeed fix it, but I’m forced to have unnaturally large spaces between adjacent text boxes now. The text boxes themselves will get code errors in them where you’ll get random carriage returns in the middle of a sentence or word.

    For example, you could have a sent
    ence or paragraph do someth
    ing like this. Very
    g, right? Their solution after 3 different people looked into it was to copy the text box’s content into notepad and paste it back which would clear out any hidden code. It worked but still pretty annoying. And the most frustrating thing I’ve experienced is every single time tech support has tried to “go in” to fix a problem, they move things around. You have things set in place and when you log back in and they messed with your stuff, so incredibly frustrating.

    Sorry for the rant (I know you get a lot of that), now for the question…

    I wanted to use something quick and easy to set up with a easy learning curve. I was thinking of either Wix or Weebly but some of the comments here have made me nervous about both. My website is basically text (English needed only), pictures, a blog, and a few videos (no eCommerce) so nothing terribly special needed. I need really good SEO capabilities (including the blog) because that is the primary way my customers find me. I’m truly not even really concerned about price at this point, +/-$100 a year is not a big deal if the solution is a good one.

    Here are my concerns, if you could help me with them:
    1) you compared Wix’s sitebuilder to GoDaddy’s, is it buggy?
    2) Wix’s AJAX induced hashbang URLs obviously are not good for marketing materials and just look odd. No fix in sight on this issue and it’s funny their site’s URLs don’t have hashbangs.

    1) Not hearing great things about their SEO (all headings are H2 unless done manually) (file management renames pics?)
    2) Overly simple Blog (from what I’ve read…??)
    3) Limited color changes on the templates (again, from what I’ve read…??). I suppose a custom template is the only solution there?

    Your recommendation is very much appreciated!

    • Hi Palmer,
      Thank you for this huge feedback. GoDaddy still has to fix a lot of issues. The Wix website builder works like the GoDaddy website builder, but is more sophisticated. However, I wouldn’t you recommend Wix due to the poor blog and bad URLs.
      Weebly is by far better for that project as it has a decent blog, own video player, etc. A good alternative would be Squarespace. The website editor is not so easy to use like Weebly or Wix, but it has the best blog among our tested website builders.

      • Palmer

        Thank you Armin!

  • Adam Barger

    Can you do a review of WebStarts?

  • Megan Corse

    Thank you for the review. I was just about the enter my credit card information, when I decided to look up some reviews. You’ve changed my mind! I used Wix once before and liked it – I think I’ll go back to that. Thanks again!

  • Casper

    I have used website builder for the last 3-4 years, but this is my last. Switching from 6 to 7 was basically making a new site, nothing could be transferred. In the beginning I loved the ease of the design but i lacks a lot of features, like some basic html as anchors for making links within the same page. The reason for that is so they can sell more pages my supporter told me. No possibility to add password to a page, and a lot of other stuff. I’m about to find something else. Any good ideas?

    • Thank you for your feedback, Casper. The GoDaddy website builder is strongly inspired by the Wix website builder. However, it lacks the features you mentioned. Recently, Wix introduced the anchor tags and also offers password security. You can check the features side by side with our comparison tool.

    • AlisaC

      I just posted this: Hi everyone. I want you to all know that if you hate Godaddy
      version 7, the answer is to go to ActNowDomains. I used to have 6 sites
      with GD and 6 with ActNow. Guess what? ActNowDomains uses VERSION 6!
      And has NO plans of “so-called upgrading” to the horrible version
      7!(they know it sucks). Prices are almost the same (about $2 more/ month
      but well worth it) AND they will help you bring your stuff from GoDaddy
      to them WITHOUT LOSING anything! They have excellent cust. service, but
      best of all Version 6! Templates are fresh and updated. You can do Duda
      mobile for free. PERFECT solution and alternative.

  • Christopher Knight

    Overall I’m pretty satisfied with Godaddy’s website builder and SEO optimization tools, but there are some serious changes that need to be done. I linked my website to my google plus page and set up authorship for the site. I noticed after severall months that google was still not displaying my authorship information in search results. I also noticed that while my pages were being indexed in google, none of my pictures were being indexed. So I looked at the robot.txt tester tool on google and noticed that my robot.txt file was blocking certain elements such as images, flash, scripts, plugins, etc from being crawled. I then went to Godaddy’s SEO wizard page to try and change this and there is no way to change it. I even set my meta tags to allow google to crawl everything on the website, but the robot.txt file was still blocking images and other important elements from my site. This is simply unacceptable, I have hundreds of photos on my website that need to appear in google images search results. The file names of the images would also help drive my traffic up and boost ratings on google searches, but after a long talk with a representative they said that there is no way to change your robot.txt file. This is absurd because all I would have to do to fix the problem is open the robot.txt file, highlight everything, and push delete and the problem would be solved. Dear godaddy staff, you need to fix this problem immediately or I will have to find a different webhosting company. I would give the website builder and SEO tools a 5 star rating but this is such an important problem that I could only give you 2.5 stars as a result. The representative I spoke to on the phone said that there were currently around 1,000 individual complaints about this issue, so hopefully you address it soon before we stop being happy customers. If you fix this issue quickly I will consider Godaddy’s website builder a 5-star tool again and would definitely recommend it to friends.

    • Hi Christopher,
      That’s interesting to know. We checked it and you are right. Therefore, we’ve added this important information and did a new evaluation. Let’s hope that GoDaddy will fix this soon.

      • If this issue isn’t resolved soon I’m going to have to take my sites elsewhere. Any good word on solutions yet?

    • dviladybug

      My website with godaddy is another interesting story like yours, I didnt create robot file so nothi, sitemap is good (I think godaddy build the sitemap automatically), competition for the keyword is very low.. yet my website does not appear in few first google page. Whereas, I use just a free website with free domain with, and bravo that website is always on the first page of google search. Both of them use the same keyword to search.

    • asilvas

      Hello Chris,

      The robots file is a bit deceptive. Even though all of those folders are blocked from Robots on your domain, all of your images are served up from a content delivery network outside of your domain. Robots most certainly do index your images as expected. Sorry for the confusion.

  • Richard Watson

    My experience over the last couple of years was and is that the service with Go Daddy is worthless and aggravating. The customer service personnel will provide conflicting information, inadequate information and inconsistent information. My story has gone on for years and I am going to leave Go Daddy in the not to distant future and take my business elsewhere. My advice to anyone listening – go anywhere else because you obviously have a great idea – don’t waste it with Go Daddy. After my experience If you are thinking of a website I could not refer them for any product or service. As Jerry House always said “That’s my opinion outta be yours”.

  • AlisaC

    Hi everyone. I want you to all know that if you hate Godaddy
    version 7, the answer is to go to ActNowDomains. I used to have 6 sites
    with GD and 6 with ActNow. Guess what? ActNowDomains uses VERSION 6!
    And has NO plans of “so-called upgrading” to the horrible version
    7!(they know it sucks). Prices are almost the same (about $2 more/ month
    but well worth it) AND they will help you bring your stuff from GoDaddy
    to them WITHOUT LOSING anything! They have excellent cust. service, but
    best of all Version 6! Templates are fresh and updated. You can do Duda
    mobile for free. PERFECT solution and alternative.

  • Adam Smith

    Change CSS in version 7: use Konami: Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A

    • DoesItBuild?

      Totally thought you were full of it. You are indeed telling the truth. Thanks for the tip!

  • jeanpeac

    Go daddy would not even help me create a new database; was on the line with a girl who started to help me but I said I would call her back after my files finished loading. Called back with a young man who would help but got disconnected, called back and “Billy” said he wouldn’t help me, “That’s not what we do.” The site was done anyway. Need to get site up today for a specific event but godaddy is down, “limited access” they said.

    • Thanks for your feedback. I am sorry to hear that but it looks like that you are using a different product than the one we’ve reviewed here. With Go Daddy Website Builder it’s not possible to create databases. Sorry I can’t do more for you in this case.

  • Steven

    I ONLY used the godaddy website builder because it was included with my email. I have been using godaddy for years but I do not prefer or really like them. They are snaky in their seductive but misleading advertised prices for domain names, etc. Their email page really sucks in that at least half the real estate is wasted and you can only see the bottom half of the page and it’s a waste; it’s difficult to write or read emails.

    The website builder was tricky and often nonresponsive. It is unnecessarily difficult to accomplish the simplest of tasks, because the option boxes are mysterious and unclear. I don’t remember exactly the problems or how to explain them now, as it’s been a few months, but, again, I do not like godaddy. The only reason I’m still using them is because I haven’t chosen a new email provider and theirs was included free with my domain purchase years ago. You get what you pay for. It’s not unusable, it’s just archaic. Godaddy has zero sense of asthetics. They need an graphic artist who has a sense of design and flow.

    Godaddy is simply another example of a dominant internet company that rose to the top because they did whatever they needed to, and consumers somehow succumb to their advertising or whatever. Virtually every friend or associate I know who had godaddy left them for other hosts, etc.

    That being said, for free, the website looks pretty nice. It’s only 5 pages. Their font options are limited, and pretty ugly, with few choices, and their free photos are extremely dated (which I found with EVERY website builder when I researched them) and unattractive, although I managed to find a couple of basic photos that I could use. I simply made the absolute best of what I was offered.

    I do NOT recommend godaddy for all the reasons stated above. Plus, now, they do not offer the free website builder. They offer an introductory price that’s about a dollar a month I think, for the first year. I think after that they raise the prices. BEWARE godaddy’s automatic renewals of ALL their products – domain names, storage, etc., because they automatically renew unless you disable the renewal option. They are a slippery company.

    They have good support at times, but you sometimes reach support techs who are mostly interested in selling products – they almost always make a pitch, no matter what you call for – and I often (but not always, depending on the particular person) felt like that was their sole motive. I have even been made to feel somewhat guilty for “wasting their time” and not buying products. And once they know you are not interested, they often just want to get off the phone immediately.

    So, for all those reasons, I dislike godaddy. But I’m grandfathered in for free email with my domain, so I’ll probably stay until I choose to purchase something of significance elsewhere.

    Those are solely my experiences. I have also reached really nice tech support people. My suggestion is this: if you feel you are speaking to a support tech or sales person with a bad attitude, just say goodbye and call back and speak to someone else. They have many on staff and there’s a mix of each.

    • Thank you for your detailed opinion! Indeed, it’s a pitty that GoDaddy doesn’t offer a free plan. The plans have an attractive pricing, but we always recommend to test the website builder extensively. Their telephone support told us that they have a return policiy with a 45-days refund. In case you shouldn’t like it, you find many alternative website builders in our Top 10.

  • Melanie Sawyer

    thank you website tool tester!!! you just saved me a whooollee lot of time and also some money! much appreciated.. BIG thumbs up 🙂

    • Thank you, Melanie. Maybe you’ll find a good alternative in our Top 10.

  • howie

    is there anyway for me to copy my text from notepad and paste into the godaddy website builder text box?

    • Hi Howie! Yes, that’s no problem.

  • James Vech

    Is there a way to put a customer review feature on a site so our products can be reviewed?

    • The only way I think this is possible would be including something like a comment box with the HTML-Widget. However, this a very basic approach. For instance, Shopify has an app called “Product Reviews” that allows to integrate SEO-friendly user feedback. Here you find more information about Shopify.

  • Suzanne Fogleman

    I am VERY disappointed with the new version 7 of Website builder. I’m especially disappointed about the lack of password protection. While I was trying to find this feature, I had to call GoDaddy support (which is usually first rate) and instead of just telling me it was no longer available, he tried to sell me unrelated services to protect my information… and he tried multiple times. For the first time ever, I had to hang up on the guy because he would not stop his sales pitch. What happened to the old godaddy???

    • websitetooltester

      Hi Suzanne, our experience with Go Daddy’s support hasn’t exactly been great although they never tried to upsell us on anything. Sad to hear that, too many companies confuse support with sales these days.

  • Sean Cleveland

    If I already have a godaddy web hosting account with my domain name I like AND a Wix page already created, do I have to pay for both? Would it be any cheaper any other way than connecting them?

    • Hi Sean, you can downgrade your Go Daddy hosting plan to the cheapest option without web space and then connect it to your new Wix site. You need to have at least the Wix Connect Domain plan. Alternatively you can also transfer your domain name to Wix entirely. Here you’ll find further information: (under “Your own domain name”)

      • Sean Cleveland

        Thank you, Robert!
        Another question about payment, right now I am spending for Hosting and .COM Domain Name Transfer. If I started using website builder, would I be spending the 5.99/month plus whatever I am spending now?

        • You are now referring to Go Daddy’s website builder, right? You’d be spending $5.99 per month but you should be able to transfer your domain name into the Website Builder package so that it should be all that you need to pay. Please ask Go Daddy for confirmation on that. But please note that the price will rise after the promotional period is over.

  • D Owens

    Just use Prime Blue Web – they are better than Wix & Go Daddy, and you can always reach them on the phone for anything you need. US company with US support.

  • Greg

    Great service!

    As a small business owner I can say with tremendous confidence that the most difficult part about getting any business off the ground beyond developing an effective business concept is developing an effective website.

    In my personal opinion, the web design industry is a jungle full of people willing to take your money with little given in return. My experiences range over roughly 15 years and roughly 20 grand$ worth of bad, incompetent, out right service provision based ripoffs. This industry as a whole is in desperate need of federal regulation or something???

    But until then, I’ll rely on sites like this one to by way of hands-on industry intelligence help guide people like me through the present on going financial attrition based battlefield of web design service providers.

    Yeah.. as you can no doubt tell, i’m jaded.

    Keep up the great work websitetooltester!

  • James

    Thanks for the review, and just one question regarding the GoDaddy website builder. Say I pay for a 12-month service of the Business Website Builder and create my website, what will happen if I discontinue the BWB service? Will my website be erased?

    • Normally the domain name should belong to you, but I guess you’ll need to transfer it to another domain hosting company. The rest of your website won’t be accessible. More general information about this issue can be found in our blog article.

  • anna

    The WORST customer service ever!!! Moving to the another host. Can’t take it anymore!!

    • Josep Garcia

      Thanks for letting us know. we are sorry to hear about your bad experience with GoDaddy. If you are looking for a new website builder, you could check our detailed comparison table and read our reviews. Among other things we examine and compare the support that each tool offers.

  • medic1509

    The OLD GoDaddy WebsiteTonight was a great product and easy to use. The successor is a nightmare. I’m sorry to say that I’ll be leaving GoDaddy as soon as I find another alternative.

  • Beth

    I am so glad I stumbled upon your review site! I have an account through GoDaddy, and my website builder subscription is expiring next week, so I am researching alternatives. I wish we could renew at the introductory rate.

    I was new to building websites when I joined GoDaddy, and I have spent a lot of time fumbling around with their website builder (I have nothing else to compare it to, as I have never used anything besides theirs). I do wish they offered customer service via e-mail rather than just phone. There are times I have had crappy customer service, but most of their techs have been patient with me and helped me with my questions (which were plentiful when I first began with them).

    Is the website builder a host in itself? Aside from the domain, it is the only product I have paid for so I’m thinking it must function as a host in addition to a website building tool.

    The 3 page website I built is very basic, it is all pictures, and I have an audio track playing on each page. I had wanted to have multiple audio items cycle but this isn’t possible using their website builder (I asked).

    Is it is possible to export from GoDaddy the sequel behind the website I built? I did print the website to PDF (so I have the content if I do choose to let the builder expire), but I’d be nice to have the script, too. I wish I was able to save it to my computer, I put a lot of time in to it. But, I can definitely rebuild it through another host.

    If I switch to GoDaddy’s economy hosting, with no website builder, am I still able to add on to my website? If I am just adding pictures, I could probably use what I have built as a template and add content that way. Or does that all go away if I don’t purchase their website builder again?

    Is if there is a web builder you would recommend for my website? Which again, consists entirely of pictures except for the page headings.

    Thank you for your help, and thank you for your awesome review site! I already added it to my favorites!

    • Josep Garcia

      Hello Beth. Unfortunately you will not be able to export your code, website builders are separate tools that are not compatible among them. Without a CMS or a website builder, the only way to add your current webpage to whichever hosting space would be to code it manually. If you don’t renew your website builder account make sure you have a copy of the content somewhere else (your computer). You can learn more about domain names, CMS and hosting here.

      There are better and easier alternatives to use than GoDaddy. I would recommend reading our Weebly review, you’d be able to add your images and and customize your headings. Also Jimdo is an easy to use tool, they offer e-mail and domain name integrated with their plans.

      • Beth

        Thank you for the info, I will definitely check out Weebly!

  • Perfectjake

    The Website builder is all well and good until you want to add meta tags and other stuff before the on an individual page. They give you site wide code which goes before on all pages…its annoying as some things IE claiming ownership on WOT needs a meta tag on Home page only.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hello, we are sorry to hear about your issues with GoDaddy. It is not a perfect tool. If you are thinking on changing providers, you could have a look at our comparison table

      • Perfectjake

        I decided to pick up dream weaver and remake my website pages using that.
        Now I’ve made my pages I have to learn how hosting works.
        Thanks for replying.

        • Maybe this article will help you a little bit. The website builders that we test don’t require any hosting or technical knowledge. 😉

  • Pwa

    Ad’s sucked me in, pricing at renewal time is pushing me out. What I was told at the beginning is not what I was priced at renewal. Either unknowledgable sales staff or deliberate bait and switch on pricing. Either way , I’m probably not renewing. Extremely unhappy with pricing structure- better, cheaper competitors

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi there, we are sorry to hear you had issues with GoDaddy. If you are looking for a new tool, you can compare the best website builders with our comparison tool and pick what’s better for your project.

  • Shaun

    I am an end user and not one of Godaddy’s paid trolls. Godaddy’s web builder is probably one of the last product you should go for.

    The one reason-

    The tool creates a microsite inside godaddy’s hosting. Lets say you created using web builder. Try typing in Ta da! you have your site. Effectively your site’s address is actually a micro site inside Godaddy. The greatest challenge in a scenario such as this is Search Engine Optimization. Google, Bing, Yahoo!.. none of the search engines will ever bring it up in searches. If your goal is for people to find your site, you are screwed.

    I am not going to recommend another tool for you. You have to find out what works for you best. But I can tell you anything is better than the product from a company which focusses more on titillating their customers with supermodel than giving them a decent product.

    • Hi Shaun! Actually, this doesn’t affect your SEO at all. GoDaddy just creates a subdomain (what you call “Microsite”), but they redirect it with a 301 to the proper domain. All hosting companies run their websites this way. 😉

  • Dave M

    My Godaddy website is coming up for renewal. While updating it has become quite easy I’m not sure a website alone is my best option for selling my novels through POD online sellers (Amazon etc). I want to set up a blog and have already purchased the new domain name through Godaddy but I’m confused about hosting the blog. Any advice would be appreciated.

  • I don’t trust them anymore!!!

    Before they are told me will be free to transfer domain names to my reseller account now they are charge $8 for each I have 44 domains.

    I will cancel all my services and domains soon…..

    Good luck !

  • Craig80

    I have used godaddy for over a year and now that my hosting is up for renewal I have picked to go with another company based on thier customer service. I have found most to be polite and to enter that live chat for support well adn use teh standard Godaddy introduction, but my last experiance was the worst. The operator failed to acknowledge me and when I typed to see if anyone was there all the operator typed back was “hello” not even how may I help you.

    The sales staff were quick to find me a good price to host with them but once with them the customer support is what lets the company down.

  • Kolton crane

    What about Godaddy’s online store? Their online store seems to have it all a startup needs. You can even buy protection. I have no idea how to start an online store; although, I have tried wix and other free website makers. How do you create an online store for free and then get the necessary hosting and protection? Godaddy for me sounds simpler because I don’t have to learn about all of the MIS or IT stuff and just focus on production and work. Thanks, any advice will be appreciated.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi there, we haven’t tested GoDaddy’s online store platform so we can’t really give an opinion. There are many eCommerce tools you can see here a comparison of the ones we tested.

  • Favian

    I don’t like GoDaddy at all anymore. Im a Photographer and there is no support for photos in your gallery, prior to uploading onto your site… Since they moved to the new web builder version, trying to manage your photos is awful. All you can do is just upload all your photos to one ‘folder’ without any type of organization. It sucks. Plus, the thumbnails of the photos aren’t even good at all, so you’re having to either re-upload the same photo or search and search for the one you want. Ridiculous. They should have stayed with the previous web builder version. There is no support for flash or even have video directly uploaded. You have to use YouTube. Come on… My term ends in a few months and I will not be renewing.

  • Kristen Hammers

    I wonder if someone here could help. I reached out to GoDaddy customer support and they told me there was nothing they could do…
    Long story short – I purchased one domain name with the website builder (LG Photo). Then I realized that didn’t include web hosting. So I purchased a web hosting plan which included one free domain name (LG Design). I tried to set up my web hosting with the first domain name (LG Photo) but it would only let me use LG Design. So I purchased an additional web hosting plan for LG Photo, went to set it up and LG Photo STILL isn’t showing up as an option for web hosting. It says it is already hosted. Is this because it is set up to use the Website Builder? If I cancel my website builder account will it free up my LG Photo domain so that I can host it?
    Please, any tips will be helpful! I have wasted so much money on GoDaddy trying to navigate their site. Needless to say, I will be transferring everything to a company with better customer support once my year is up.

    • Hi Kristen, you are the owner of both domain names. In theory you can point your domain to any website that you own. You should contact GoDaddy again and explain them the situation. Sorry that we can’t do more for you.

  • Gregory Toole

    As someone who has used Godaddy’s website builder for two years now, I cannot recommend it, and in fact I highly discourage anyone from using it. The builder is full of bugs and features that don’t work as they ought to. When you call tech support they will often try to convince you that all is well despite the fact that your site is no longer working. Oddly enough, features that were working on your site one day may not be working the next day. Tech support will often go in and fix it for you without any explanation as to why it stopped working. Obviously, if one is running a business, a website based on this kind of inconsistency is not good for business. Godaddy’s tech support seem more intent on getting you off the phone than they do in resolving your issue. They often try to convince you that you just don’t know what you’re doing, so you first have to demonstrate that you do know what you’re doing, and then you are often left with them telling you they don’t know how to fix the problem. With persistence you can often get them to fix the problem, but calls to tech support are far too often and for reasons that confound. Over and over again, aspects of the site that have been working for a while suddenly stop working. Website builder is an inconsistent, buggy, and shoddy product.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi Gregory, we are sorry to hear about your issues with GoDaddy. Thanks for your feedback. I am sure it will be helpful for other users. If you are looking for another website builder, you could check our comparison tool.

  • Salim Ramjauny

    Godaddy, stay away from them. They will charge your card without authorization and will not refund you. Their service is mediocre. When you buy mail hosting facility from them you will get a lot of spam because their mail server will not protect you. They will charge you a exorbitant fee for a calender facility that you do not need. Godaddy will rip you off if you host with them. They do not need customers so do not bother they are not worth a click.

    • Sorry to hear about your issues. However, this review is about their website builder and not their mail hosting service. All the best for the future!

  • Chandrashekhar

    My site was scraped, with an email from Networkvoilation team of GoDaddy stating my site is having phising contents. GoDaddy please note that my site was hacked twice under your very weak security purview. While calling and writing to Support Team, the response comes doesn’t come and when you call them the call goes for 30-40 mins with no fruitful output and fake promisses. It’s been likely a month the issue is still not resolved. Service is going pathetic day by day… No response on emails and not a single call back from support team. Fake promises. Agents not clear on the issue. One should be lucky to get connected to well trained agent. Overall very dissatified. GoDaddy support team has lost all creditibility in my view and opionion. Thank You.

    • It’d be interesting to know how they hacked your website. However, if you can’t get the issue under control, I’d recommend to try another solution. There are lot of website builders that you can test for free and before you decide to pick a paid plan, you can even contact their support and test them. Hopefully, this will avoid any further bad surprises.

  • Daniel

    I have a domain and hosting plan registered with godaddy. Is there any free website builder available?

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi Daniel, there are free website builders available. However, they come with some limitations. Please read more in our detailed article.

  • Venditto consulting

    I would not recommend this to anyone, after using it for over a year I finally contacted go daddy for a refund. I suggest using their hosted wordpress service. It is only a few extra bucks a month and is worth the time you will save. Their website builder is great if you are looking for a generic templated builder but customizing is a terrible experience that is extremely time consuming. I would strongly advise against using this tool.

    • Josep Garcia

      We agree, GoDaddy does not provide the best website builder. If you are looking for an alternative, you can compare the best website builders here

    • Amit

      Did you have to rebuild your whole website?

      • Yes, because WordPress and the GoDaddy Website Builder are two different systems.

  • Amit

    I have build a website using website builder but I really hate the website builder functionality. The site is not optimized for mobile, I can’t change theme (without erasing all data), can’t add link for people to register on the website, have to pay extra for SEO, section for user comments etc etc. How can I switch to a different service keeping the data on my site intact. IS it possible to keep the site as it is and migrate to other platform?

    • This is not possible for technical reasons. Best way is to copy/paste your content. Here you can compare all website builders we have tested.

  • Daniel Brady

    They let somebody steal my domain and they won’t help at all. Horrible!

    • Hey Daniel! This review is about the GoDaddy website builder. Maybe you could explain what happened?

  • Andrew Rothman

    GoDaddy and Wix are fine for personal sites, but I wouldn’t recommend either of them for business use. I recommend people seek something template-based and non-proprietary, so that you can modify it as needed and take it with you if you decide you need to change hosts. Any site creation tool that lets you drag items around and scale them by hand should be avoided – you’re making a site based on the size of your particular web browser and it won’t scale nicely to smaller/larger screens, nor accommodate any dynamically sized content.

    If you’re starting a business and not willing to put at least a small amount of money into professional help, or at least a professionally designed off-the-shelf template, for your website, then you’re likely undermining your business. Having the tools to design a website does not make one a good web designer any more than having a nice camera makes one a good photographer.

    • Hi! We agree and disagree. 😉 Unlike GoDaddy’s website builder, Wix provides a nice mobile view. So drag ‘n drop doesn’t mean you can’t create a mobile optimized website. And yes, a tool can’t replace a web designer, but as templates and features are getting better, it’s a nice option for many startups. Since the costs are relatively low for a website builder, you can switch easily to another platform in case you need some professional help.

      • Andrew Rothman

        My particular issues with Wix are ugly page URLs, javascript rather than HTML (ever view-source on one of those sites?) and inability to customize with your own script or CSS. It’s a fine tool for throwing up a little static web brochure, but not a good choice if you plan to do anything more dynamic than just showing a few pictures and text. I’m always wary of services that market themselves as “free” – if you’re enticed by that sales pitch, you probably aren’t serious about your website.

        • In the end it really depends on what you need. I’d always give it a try first since it’s free and when you realize that’s just not the thing you’re looking for then you can still hire an expert.

    • Couldn’t agree more Andrew. I had one of my website clients ask me about GoDaddy today and I just asked ‘how much do you value your business and online customers?’ enough said!

  • Tundira

    hows hostgator worth?

    • Hi! This review is about the GoDaddy website builder and not their general hosting service.

  • Roman

    Hello there, I had a shocking experience with godaddy website and I’m really really sad and angry. few days ago, I searched for a domain name to check if it is available or not so I can use it when I’m ready to start my website and it said I can use the domain name and it is available. yesterday I checked that domain name again just for fun and for my surprise it says the domain name is already taken! and I have to join an auction if i want to have it! I would really appreciate if any of you have any idea if they are allowed to do that. I could not believe my eyes so i went further and checked who owned it, it says it is a person from Nevada and they owned it in 2013! I’m just confused and frustrated guys because why would the website tell me two different things? few days ago, it told me I can use the domain name and no one has it and now it is already taken. I would understand if it was taken between those days after I checked it for the first time and yesterday but this does not make sense. I feel like they are cheating me and making business out of the domain name I typed in. I looked up the phone number of the person they said owns the website and I found many website names under that number including mine (like a scam phone number that people use to convince somebody has it). do you have any insights on what I shall do? this is so sad that I can’t stop thinking about it. If they are allowed to do this or they have the legal right, it is okay, it will be my fault to type in my domain name in their website before Im ready to register it and start using it right away. your comments will really help me if you had this kind of experience and how you solved it. I’m not going pay a single cent for a domain name that I was told I could use for free few days ago and now they become the owners since they saved it in their website and want me to pay if I want to have it!! It is such a sick jock!

  • Radhika Agrawal

    Beware of Godaddy Services: We have an e-commerce website running on Godaddy Server and on 9th Sept’2015 due to an technical issue, the Godaddy Customer Executive suggested to go for Backup & Restore Option. Since then our website is down and it has been more than 4 days and no effort is being done by Godaddy Team to resolve the issue.On contacting Godaddy Team today, they have asked to Wait for another 7 days for our website to get Up. As a temporary solution, we requested them to atleast provide the backup but they have denied to do so even. Looks like Godaddy is no more interested if they lose their client becoz of their unprofessinal behaviour and pathetic services.Its High Time to switch to another Server.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi there, I am sorry to hear about your issues with GoDaddy. If you are looking for an alternative tool, you can read our detailed reviews.

  • CP Associates

    Is there any option to write testimonials/review with web site builder offered by Go daddy?

    • Sorry, but what exactly do you mean? Where do you want to write them?

  • jj203

    Let me tell you Godaddy Not a good host and their website builder is good for beginners. Support doesn’t know what there doing and when there is a problem they run you around in circles. Yes there friendly on the other hand me myself need a professional host they are far from that. Watch Yourself Godaddy Su**s

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi thanks for your feedback. If you are looking for alternative website builders, you can check our comparison tool.

  • fl

    I am a novice and want to build a website for auto repair, that was previously hosted through godaddy and has expired. what would u recommend for novice and tech challenged auto shop

    • Josep Garcia

      Shopify is an ease to use ecommerce platform which offers great results. If you are planning a smaller project, Weebly is the perfect tool – its ease of use is unmatchable.

  • Pete H

    I was a Godaddy customer, but will be no longer. Apparently, not having an active Website Builder product means that the website is taken down despite everything else being active. The clue in the title is “website BUILDER”. The website was built to my satisfaction, so I decided to save some cash and not renew the builder immediately, thinking I would do so when I needed to make some updates i.e. more BUILDING. This, unfortunately, was not in Godaddy’s business model. My public service website has now been taken down. The reason? Because I did not renew the Website Builder product, Godaddy no longer “had a back up” of my site. Nowhere in any of the company’s literature or correspondences was it clearly detailed that this eventuality would occur. Terrible service that effectively extorts further money out of customers once they have been hooked in. In effect, a scam. I will not recommend godaddy to any friends, colleagues, humans I meet on or off the street, visiting aliens or genetically modified life forms. In fact, in meeting the above I will actively and vociferously recommend the aforementioned beings that they treat godaddy as if it were a most aggressive strain of genital herpes, that should be avoided by all measures necessary. Godaddy? A vile, unscrupulous capitalistic effluence from the bowels of Mammon. Save your money. Cheaper alternatives, and even free ones are easily available with a quick internet search. Were Godaddy to offer me a free renewal of the Website Builder to make up for the inconvenience they have knowingly caused me, I would look on it as if someone had offered to repeatedly smash the tip of my helmet with a tyre iron; I would decline such needless discomfort, and go on with my day a happier man.

    • Pete H

      Oh, and the support, in my experience, was terrible.

  • Annette Oatman

    Don’t Trust Godaddy!!! Buyer beware! They allowed a hacker to take control of all my domains and hosting for over 15 products when I provided them with the info company registration, tax I’d, drivers license etc. they still refused to give me access to my account. Buyer Beware!!

  • Drake Wilson

    Hi everyone Pls I need your help.i have a blog through blogger and got my custom domain through Godaddy..but now I wish to add some more menus to my it possible to use godaddy website builder to add more pages menu?apart from the homepage..and will the pages I publish on godaddy and blogger appear on the same custom domain?or I will have to get another domain again?pls help thanks

    • Josep Garcia

      These tools aren’t compatible among themselves. Therefore, you need to create all your website with the same tool. We don’t recommend GoDaddy to create a website with. In my opinion, Blogger isn’t the best tool one can use for blogging either. If you are a beginner and looking to create a website with a blog, I recommend using Weebly or Squarespace. If you have technical knowledge and need a tailored solution, you can use

  • Siren

    I’ve been with godaddy for about a year and honestly. They are horrible. Their online help chat is always offline and they have no ticket email service so you CANT CONTACT THEM ever without a phone. Sigh, I dont fucking own a phone right now so its like being totally in the lurch -.-. Secondly, it CONSTANTLY drops out my website. It peaks their memory usage constantly! I know megahuge websites currently running on the same memory and not peaking. Whereas my websites are getting thrown off hourly. I’m constantly getting emails from WordPress stating that my sites have gone offline -.-. Its starting to really piss me off and I cant even contact them to edit it obviously -.-. And they are having this damn WordPress problem now, so If your using wordpress. Dont go with GoDaddy cause its not their highest priority obviously as people are having weeks to complain about a problem on forums for me to find -.-. Sigh. Thats all I have to say, would NOT recommend them -.-.

  • Jake Yahnker

    Godaddy’s is the worst piece of shit I have ever encountered. They are nothing but a waste of time and money. They give you a domain that is very difficult to find, you get no traffic, their customer service is a joke and they continue to charge you for their shitty product long after you have canceled their service. I would recommend anyone other than Godady.

  • Lothar Bob McKenna

    23 minutes on hold while a recordings tells you how much they value your business, reps that have not a clue how to help. forced password changes. lock out after one log in error ranging from 2-5 minutes, always asking you to use another browser to solve problems. and worst of all a website builder that has a search function that returns up to 200 non relevant returns. If total aggravations is what you want, Go Daddy is your company

  • Rock Furst

    As a web site builder and online marketer, I find these generic do-it-yourself tools to be invaluable sales tools. Prospective clients often ask why they should pay a premium for a custom built web site when building their own site using tools offered by companies like Wix or GoDaddy is so much cheaper.

    Three reasons it is important to own a web site that was not built by a generic generator: a) you never truly own exclusive rights to traffic and user data. Try and move your content away from one of the generic builder’s required hosting plans, see what happens; b) ask a generic web tool sales person to point you to a top ranked web site (#1 in Google) that was created using their generic web site builder. In my experience and I’ve been building top ranked sites since the late 90s it is exceedingly rare to find a top ranked web site that was created with a generic web site builder. If such a site does exist, I’d like to see it; c) using a generic web site builder means there is a better than average chance that your web site looks exactly like a thousand or more web sites. That’s not good.

    If your goal is to create a web site for fun, using a generic web site builder is not a bad idea. If your goal is to create a business web site, read the previous paragraph however many times it takes until it finally sinks in that using generic web site building tools is almost always a bad idea.

  • User

    Beware! GoDaddy
    doesn’t hesitate to renew your domain without your consent and charge excessive
    nonrefundable rates. Do not leave your credit card details.

    My customer
    ID is: 101398821

    As a result
    of loss of trust in this company I will change domain provider.

  • disqus_1Gek3mTdn7

    I am starting a business with fairly limited funds. On 4/16, I purchased the website builder and domain. Bc my funds are limited, I paid for 5 years of service upfront. I was trying to build an online store but I could not get the look that I wanted. So I called Go Daddy to cancel & they suggested that I upgrade to their store front platform. So I did but because the storefront is more expensive, I had to add $300 to my credit so that my next payment would not be until 2018.

    After several calls/texts to Go Daddy tech support over the next few weeks, I find out that I cannot add any social medial pixels for tracking or do subscription billing bc THE ONLINE STORE DOESN’T ALLOW FOR HTML CODES! I immediately ask for a refund but they denied my request. The suggested that I upgrade to a different product. My obligation was only month to month but they are trying to keep my money bc I paid in advance ($611.40 total). WHAT A SCAM!!

    I am disputing this charge thru my bank. BUYER BEWARE!!

  • Jaxx

    I’ve done business with GoDaddy for over 4 years and spent hundreds of dollars to a terrible company. After this year’s plan runs out, I can assure you I’ll be going to Wix or another company. I started my own WordPress sites, having contributing writers add articles, and was doing quite well with the amount of visitors. When my card had been switched out GoDaddy ERASED my ENTIRE site including ALL the articles all my writers had written and mine as well. I was fuming but chose not to take it out on the customer service agent Brian. I ended up starting a new site against my better judgment. Several months back I talked to the same rep-Brian-who tried to spit ball me a website for my business saying he could give me a discount. After he was done fast talking me he tried selling me a plan I didn’t want. Luckily I caught him before he charged me and corrected his errors. Later, in the week, I called back to obtain my “free domain” which I was entitled to when I purchased the new year plan. I was told that I wasn’t eligible anymore because since I didn’t activate it over the phone that one time it was over, which is complete BS because that was never explained nor was the free domain even brought up in his quickness to take my money. I then was charged in March $83 for a renewal of a WordPress account I did not want renewed. Watch they automatically charge you. I called to have it refunded and spoke to a very rude rep by the name of Josh who was extremely arrogant for no reason. I explained to him that I had been charged for services that I wasn’t even using nor had I used in months. He told me that he wasn’t refunding me, that a manager wasn’t going to change anything that he said, and told me that since I “rented the space” I needed to be charged for. Long story short, a bunch of phone calls later and problems, I called my credit card company to dispute it. The refunded me in May, and just issued me a rebilling for the payment. Apparently, even though GoDaddy contacted me that they shut my services off for lack of payment (it’s a blog you can’t even visit the site since it was never up even when they charged me), they disputed it with the CC company saying I was at fault. So, almost 4 months later I’m still dealing with this ass and eye company. NOT WORTH YOUR TIME OR MONEY.

  • Bob

    The GoDaddy builder (v.7) is terrible, a degradation of the earlier v.6, which was pretty terrible itself. Beware, as even the most basic features one would expect to find are absent. There is a spell checker, for example, but no suggested correct spelling or insertion, i.e. one needs to use a Web dictionary, then go back and correct the error. There are no precision alignment options, other than a spotty grid tool that works sometimes. You cannot cut and paste without using the Ctrl X Ctrl V keyboard commands. You cannot modify a theme without constant repetition of your preferences (text color for H1, H2 etc. as an example), so you will have to manually fix each headline, color change, font choice and nearly every other facet of a site one at a time, incredibly time consuming and frustrating. Also, and unless every page of your site is the same height, you’ll have to manually do each page, and even then, sometimes you will get a page of infinite height without any way of shortening it (the slide tool to determine height works spotty at best). So even if your content ends, say at 1400 pixels, the page may go on down to 4000 pixels or more, a long empty space. Very strange. As mentioned in the review, the lack of photo indexing, along with that clunky “SEO Wizard” is a major disappointment. The Wizard suggests, for example, using the same keyword phrase on EVERY page header. How weird is that? Worthless.

    Oh, this is just the beginning of woes. I could go on at book length.

    I made the mistake of starting with the company many years ago and am trapped in a long term contract. So take it from experience, this is a new low for GoDaddy, which seems intent on lowering the bar any time it can while focusing on maximum profit. (The company forced its v6 customers to go to v7, by the way.)

    Forget about having a big site…it could take you weeks to do a 20-page complex site, like for exclusive art or such. I would recommend ANY other choice than GoDaddy.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi Bob. Thanks for your feedback, it’ll be useful for other users. We also think there are better alternatives in the marker such as Weebly or Wix.

  • Steve

    The lack of communication from the GoDaddy staff regarding what the WebsiteBuilder 7 ‘upgrade’ would NOT do compared to what the WebsiteBuilder 6 previously did was so inadequate that it borders on deception. Very disappointed in the capabilities of the new format. It basically does not do what I need for my business.

    • Yes, the website builder could be better. Luckily, there are many great alternatives available that you can test for free. 😉

      • Estelle

        Thanks for the informative article, another great and very easy to use website builder is called Zyro, provided by Hostinger. Should definitely try it, I’ve used it for some time now.

  • Murtaza

    Hey Godaddy, people from your support team (Usha and Rohit) were supposed to call me back on Friday and Saturday respectively.

    Surprising, nobody called, when I called them today morning, they told me that they got busy with some other work. Well, well.

    (How on earth did you get the best customer support award that you KEEP SHOUTING ABOUT)?

    Check records through my cust ID : 50134373
    Very disappointed, would like to speak to some higher authority, don’t get a tier 1 support agent to call and tell me how sorry he is, my issue is very serious, get it resolved or lose a web agency as a customer who is getting you customers.

  • GlamKitty

    Avoid GoDaddy!!! At least once a month (if not more) GoDaddy goes down. The search function in emailing doesn’t work or GoDaddy doesn’t allow us to login for a few hours to a few days. In June of 2016 we were down for just over a week. GoDaddy kept saying it was our provider (Time Warner) and Time Warner said it wasn’t. After going in circles GoDaddy called it a “Level 3” issue and admitted it being their fault. So, when we are up and running our clients frequently get “return sender” emails saying that our emails aren’t valid.

    GoDaddy is a total mess with horrible customer service. They are either rude or of no help, or both. It’s cheap but you get what you pay for.

  • Ann

    We been with Go Daddy for 14 years. We go daddy make a new site updated to the new website builder. The day they published it we went from 10 to 15 contacts today to 0 to 2 still three months later. A complete disaster and absolutely no support from Go Daddy. Can’t even get our okd website back.

    • Josep Garcia

      Hi Ann, we are sorry to hear about your bad experience with GoDaddy. We don’t think it is the best tool one could use, if you are looking for an alternative, you can check our comparison tool to find a reliable alternative.

  • Marketgirl

    We been with GoDaddy for the last three years, until we got tired of their terrible service and lack of professionalism. The best way to understand how bad they are is when you try to post a review in facebook and they don’t let any bad review to be posted !!!!

  • Marcus A Kessler

    thanks for your informative input

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