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Seems like it’s a hard time for GoDaddy users, as almost all GoDaddy servers are down, along with thousands of GoDaddy users’ websites hosted on their service.

3 Best GoDaddy Web-Hosting Alternatives

  1. Bluehost
  2. SiteGround
  3. Kinsta (For high end websites)

GoDaddy Alternatives to buying domain name:

  1. Dynadot
  2. NameSilo
  3. NameCheap

Alternatives for GoDaddy email:

  1. Google apps

According to TechCrunch, one of the members of Hacker’s Group Anonymous, (AnonymousUs3r), has taken responsibility for this attack.

GoDaddy’s people are working to repair the issue, but for now if you are looking for hosting options which are the best alternatives to GoDaddy, I have compiled a list which you can refer to if you choose to move your site away from GoDaddy.

Along with websites, email services and those using GoDaddy’s DNS for their domains, all users are facing downtime, as confirmed by GoDaddy’s Twitter site:

Since, there is no ETA on how much time it will take to get your sites on GoDaddy’s servers back up and running,  many GoDaddy alternative sites are coming up with special offers and support for GoDaddy customers facing downtime issues.

Best GoDaddy Alternatives for hosting and domain registrar:

One reason I don’t like GoDaddy is their super cluttered dashboard. They do offer tons of features, but a normal user will find it complicated. They should offer a simple version of their dashboard for non-power users.

If you are planning to transfer domains away from GoDaddy,  NameCheap is your most reliable options. In a short time, they have created a brand name for themselves, and they offer all of the features included with GoDaddy domains.

Other best GoDaddy domain alternatives are:

Web hosting Alternative for Godaddy:

As a hosting alternative to GoDaddy’s hosting service, there are many options, depending on which plan you are moving from. If you are moving from a shared hosting package and need to host 3-5 WordPress blogs or static sites, Bluehost, SiteGround, and A2Hosting are the ideal choices.

I have used both of these hosting services, and they offer great support, and in most cases you will see 99.99% up-time.

Bluehost hosting also offers one free domain with their hosting plans, offering additional savings.

If you are looking for a hosting based in U.S.A which also offers free migration, you should stick to SiteGround. They offer free website migration.

If you wish to move your WordPress site(s) from GoDaddy to any other host, you can read my guide to moving a WordPress site from one host to another.

If you are not especially technically inclined, you can use the WPXhosting. I have tried their free migration service, and they work fast and efficiently.

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How about you? Have you experienced downtime on your GoDaddy sites, or have your sites not been affected?

Let me know your experience.  And if you have transitioned to a new hosting service, let me know which web hosting service you have chosen as an alternative to GoDaddy.

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