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    SitePoint Addict bamaboy's Avatar
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    I would also suggest not to use godaddy, rather go for hostgator.
    Godaddy is full of crapy ads and they are biggest spammers i ever seen
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    I like godaddy for the price

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    I use aplus. Their support is great and I have had no serious down time. My site sells a product that feeds me so I would trust and recommend them to anyone.

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    godaddy is good only for domain regiatrations...

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    I had a client who researched a domain with godaddy, but did not purchase the domain. godaddy stable host for wordpress

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    lots and lots of pages to go through just to check out!!!
    i use webair.com !!

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    haven't used them for hosting but they were cheap for domain registration. I can understand how people would get frustrated by all the add-on sales junk. That's probably how they make a lot of their money though but I'm sure they lose customers too.

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    I have several web site at godaddy and havenít until now.

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    Thanks for your news info

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    I have a few domains with them, which are OK. But I find the website very slow.

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    I hate their renewal system... you buy a domain and then you don't need it anymore but you forgot that Godaddy forces domain renewal unless you click not to renewal.... then like today I have paid another $9 for a domain that I don't use... I have removed Godaddy from my PayPal pay list today so that I pay whenever I want

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    Horrible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nacworld View Post
    I hate their renewal system... you buy a domain and then you don't need it anymore but you forgot that Godaddy forces domain renewal unless you click not to renewal.... then like today I have paid another $9 for a domain that I don't use... I have removed Godaddy from my PayPal pay list today so that I pay whenever I want
    That is the annoying thing about buying domains from them- all the crap that you have to opt-out of. However, their DNS Management interface is very nice.
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    I use GoDaddy for Domain only, not for hosting.
    So far so good..

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    GoDaddy doesn't really have a good rep in the hosting community.
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    I agree, they try to sell you something at every opportunity... and i have heard this from tons of people as well.

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    I also agree --GoDaddy is difficult to manage, irritating, and not as helpful with customer service as some other providers.

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    Totally agree , if you get more than 50 users a day , DO NOT USE GODADDY ... they are kinda horrible

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    I have heard someone said : All godaddy service are quite good except all non-domain register service

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    Thank you guys. I want to open my new website. I thought I use godaddy. I will collect more information about that. Then select a decision. Thank you.

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    Sorry. But i dint find any wrong about godaddy. So I cant say anything wrong about go daddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamaboy View Post
    I would also suggest not to use godaddy, rather go for hostgator.
    Godaddy is full of crapy ads and they are biggest spammers i ever seen
    Yep.

    I use dotster for my domains, and I host my sites (and clients) with my VPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetrahman View Post
    Thank you guys. I want to open my new website. I thought I use godaddy. I will collect more information about that. Then select a decision. Thank you.
    Collecting or searching for more information on a provider is always best. This would somehow save you a lot of time and money in the future.

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    I've worked with clients with godaddy sites. Nothing really wrong with it -- they make things harder for some of us by trying to make things easier.

    I will always prefer my host and registrar (liquidweb and netfirms)

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    Godaddy isn't horrible in terms of their service - any time I've had an issue it's usually sorted out in a couple hours, and never more than a full day. I do agree that they use an overcomplicated interface, and have definitely applied some Whitespace Eliminator to their website. Their value really is in the domain name costs, and if you need a few for cheap they're probably the way to go, but there are easily more appealing hosting packages available elsewhere.


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