Time and time again I’m asked to work on a client’s site that is hosted on Godaddy, and each time I cringe. It has come to the point that I now have to charge more if a site I am working on is hosted on GoDaddy. No 2 accounts are ever the same. The interface and control panel is useless and slower then any others I work with.
Once again today I had to move 2 WordPress sites off of GoDaddy Hosting. The client had simply had enough of what he was forced to put up with.
My forms keep stop working for no reason what so ever. Customers complained that I wasn’t responding to their request but I never got it. It was working fine and no changes had been made what so ever. I tried to login to my Dashboard and saw nothing more than the “White Screen of Death”. My Plugins stopped working, help!
Each time I would call for help and got no where slowly but found myself being presented with numerous opportunities to buy more services that could help in the future etc. I need this problem fixed before I think about buying more things that will just stop working for no reason. And on and on ……
Move my sites NOW!!!! Get me out of here ASAP!!!!
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