Godaddy, Web hosting and Domain name Registration firm is carping up its services after it attained WP Curve, a bootstrapped startup delivering services and support for WordPress websites. The contract is hidden, but it will see NYSE-recorded GoDaddy pick up WP Curve’s client base, possessions and “a few dozen” of its 39-person team, the business told TechCrunch.
WP Curve was initiated 3 years ago by Australia-based Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty to provide WordPress customers a vital point of call for a kind of services, like design, security, SEO, conversion, traffic growth and more. Principally, anything that can aid to sustain and grow a business website and online business. The website provides numerous membership tiers beginning from $79 per month. It privileges over 1,000 paying members and above 44,000 “jobs” accomplished from June 2013.
GoDaddy is not saying much about how it plans to usage WP Curve after the attainment. A declaration from SVP of Global Customer Care Kevin Pigman proposes that it will link with GoDaddy’s other services and mainly continue to happen within the corporation:
With this procurement, GoDaddy will deliver best-in-class, 24×7 WordPress support, extending from quick content changes, plugins, and security or back up. WP Curve supports flawlessly with our GoDaddy Pro strategy supporting the WordPress programming community and plugs a critical gap amid standard customer care and the completely custom WordPress developers that GDDY Pro or Professional Web Service offers.
WP Curve said in a blog post that the contract came together this summer when its crew first met with GoDaddy and recognized synergies. Succeeding the acquisition, current WP Curve clients will be transitioned over to GDDY to endure their WP Curve membership. Norris, who tracks the number of other WordPress developers projects, counting a craft beer business, won’t be touching over, but McClafferty will seam GoDaddy to lead the WP Curve product.