I don't know a professional web designer/developer who does not hate
GoDaddy. Not so say that they don't exist, but I don't know of any. They
got pretty girls in their ads. That's about it.
My biggest issue with them is that their site is designed like a casino, meant to confuse you and lure you into spending money.
I you want a simple and cheap solution, I also recommend that you look at WordPress.com.
For years I used Powweb.com as my primary host. Still have an acc't there and use it for secondary stuff. The annual fee is low (especially the first
year) and they offer WordPress hosting. With Powweb you have to take care of everything (updates, security, etc.), yourself.
If you recognize the need for a really solid, secure platform with excellent suuport, I can't recommend anything better than WPEngine.com. It'll cost
more money, but they take care of all software updates for you (after they have vetted the update themselves), manage security issues, do regular
backups. Their support is top notch.
I went from paying under $200 with unlimited installatinos to $100 a month for a maximum of ten separate installations because the service was, IMO,
worth the extra $1000 a year. (For one site, the price is much lower, though still higher than something like WordPress.com or Powweb.com
If you want professional level hosting and support, use WPEngine.com. If you just want something cheap, there are many optinos, including the ones I
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