GoDaddy is the big brand in the website services industry. From their Super Bowl ads to TV ads to online advertising, they are by far the most well-known choice for domains, hosting, website builders, and productivity products for small businesses.
My experience with GoDaddy’s website builder began back when I first started my web design business years and years ago. I never used GoDaddy’s website builder for my projects until I came across it when a client of mine was using it and needed a few tasks done.
Since then, new competition has popped up from Wix, Squarespace, Weebly, WordPress.com and other website builders. And GoDaddy has upgraded the product I originally used. They’ve streamlined it to make it supposedly the “easiest way to get online.”
So for a personal project of mine, I decided to try it out again and see who the product would really be a good fit for – and not just compared to other hosted website builders.
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