GoDaddy is an Internet domain registration company that offers website hosting, online marketing and security services for businesses and individuals.
GoDaddy is a public company. GoDaddy’s IPO date took place in March 2015. Aman Bhutani is the CEO of GoDaddy and has a 73 approval rating from Owler members. GoDaddy raised a total of $ 460 million. GoDaddy’s most recent acquisition was Over, Inc. for an undisclosed amount in January 2020. GoDaddy has 8,049 subscribers.
GoDaddy’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Godaddy top competitors include: Endurance, Donuts, United Internet, WPEngine, Web.com, Automattic, Shopify, Squarespace, Wix and Cloudflare.
Together they raised more than 3.3 billion people among their 25.7 thousand employees. GoDaddy employs 6,821 people and ranks second among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 2,490.
- Website: godaddy.com
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- Founded: 1997
- Est. Annual Revenue: $3.1B
- Est. Employees: 6,821
- Headquarters: 14455 North Hayden Road Suite 219 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
Endurance is the main competitor of GoDaddy. Endurance is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts and was founded in 1997. Endurance works in the field of IT consulting. Stamina generates 36% of GoDaddy’s revenue.
Donuts are considered one of the main competitors of GoDaddy. Donuts is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, and was founded in 2010. Like GoDaddy, Donuts also works in the field of Internet software. Donuts generate 1.73% of GoDaddy’s revenue.
The United Internet has been one of GoDaddy’s main competitors. United Internet was founded in 1988, with its headquarters in Montabaur, Rhineland-Palatinate. The United Internet competes in the computer, peripheral, network, and electronic equipment industries. United Internet employs 13 people more than GoDaddy.