Tuesday , January 22 2019

GoDaddy sharpens focus on India

GoDaddy, the leading Web Hosting and Domain Registration Company say it has managed to fetch 750,000 SMBs on its platform.


GoDaddy, world’s biggest web hosting entity, proclaimed that it would make deeper inroads in this nation and unveil a host of India-particular tools to allow at least 51 million small and medium businesses (SMBs) to come on to the web.

The US-based company majorly considers India as its second largest marketplace after America and one of its topmost revenue making countries. It had announced the unveiling of a ‘Website Builder’, a mobile-optimized one, with an incorporated group of online tools to aid small businesses and tycoons to create audience for their company and drive traffic to their business website.

The business says it has accomplished to bring 750,000 SMBs on its platform. It is also beginning Telugu and Kannada; services are already accessible in Hindi, Marathi and Tamil.

“In view of that internet access in India is mobile-first, company websites formed on GoDaddy’s new Website Builder are made from the ground up, to be completely responsive on smartphones and tablets, in addition to laptops and desktops. Clients can select from more than 1,500 thoughts or industries with robust backing from GoDaddy’s award-winning customer care to help customers, as they figure out their digital visibility,” said Andrew Low Ah Kee, executive vice-president for GoDaddy International.

The company had said that it was working on getting out to the tier-III and tier-IV city marketplaces, and had 400-plus customer care experts to support SMBs.

“Rendering to a recent GoDaddy survey in India, small companies perceives setting up a website and vending online to be problematic and something that needs deep technical proficiency. This new Website Builder allows users to design a proficient looking website by just typing in their name and trade or an idea, and acquire a near-complete website, inhabited with relevant sections and proficient images,” added Low Ah Kee.

At least 34 million small businesses in this nation, it is assessed, are still not visible online. GoDaddy declares it is also serving SMBs set up their own e-commerce websites. Initiatives are charged a monthly Rs 999 and have access to payments gateway, relating with social networking sites, free web hosting with unlimited bandwidth, as well as Google analytics to observe the business trends, states the company.

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