Looking for a place to find and register your domain name?
Let’s take a look at my No.1 place to do that and much more.
GoDaddy was founded in 1997. This makes GoDaddy one of the longest operating domain registrars around. It’s the largest ICANN-accredited registrar.
GoDaddy has over 30 million domains registered through them. The most recent study shows that is about 3 times the second largest registrar which has about 10 million domains.
That makes GoDaddy three times larger than their second closest competitor, quite impressive for an industry and a company that is just over 10 years old.
A decent barometer for determining a companies abilities is to look at their customer base. GoDaddy has over 7 million customers. They provide 24/7 live customer service.
It’s always a good sign when two things occur, first they have a large customer base and two they are a public company. Public companies need to file constantly and have an incentive to assure they treat their customers fairly.
This is just a general statement, doesn’t mean that non-public companies don’t treat their customers well, but public ones are definitely incentivized to keep their record as spotless as possible. Take it from 7 million customers.
GoDaddy has been ranked on the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing privately held companies as well as listed on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. They have also won multiple awards.
GoDaddy has an excellent domain manager to make updates to your domains.
Chanding a DNS entry is quick and simple. They also provide all the services such as domain masking, redirection and more.
Their ease of use also allows you to set up multiple forms of payment and auto-renew to assure you do not forget to renew your domains.
GoDaddy has become the world’s #1 choice for domains by providing innovative, competitively-priced products, delivering the highest quality customer service, and by always appreciating and listening to its customers!
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