GoDaddy’s transition: the perspective of the company’s employees against the backdrop of investor pressure

In recent months, we published an article on GoDaddy.com‘s excellent performance. It was so positive that some accused us of a sponsored post. Since then,...

Your.online acquires Heart Internet brand from GoDaddy

Significant changes have taken place in the web hosting industry that could affect the future of the UK web services market. Heart Internet, considered one...

GoDaddy .AI transfer issues

In a surprising move, the overseer of the increasingly sought-after .ai country code top-level domain (ccTLD) has issued a stark warning to registrants, advising against the transfer of their .ai domains to GoDaddy, the leading domain registrar.

The evolving governance of .xxx domain: GoDaddy’s bold moves toward modernization

ICANN has put forth what might become the next version of GoDaddy's .xxx registry agreement, marking a departure from its current "sponsored" status. This move could significantly alter GoDaddy's ICANN fees and implement the most stringent child-protection measures across any generic top-level domain (gTLD).

The evolution of GoDaddy with AI

The introduction of GoDaddy Airo™ is part of a broader strategic vision outlined by GoDaddy, aiming for an ambitious 6% to 8% annual revenue growth from 2024 to 2026. This financial forecast not only reflects GoDaddy's confidence in their new offerings.

Launch of five new Top-Level Domains

Internet Naming Co. has unveiled five new top-level domains (TLDs): .diy, .food, .living, .lifestyle, and .vana, entered their early access phase today. The launch was first announced a month ago on the LinkedIn profile of the Trademark Clearinghouse, among others.

GoDaddy wants to end cooperation with IFFOR

GoDaddy is coming out with an initiative to eliminate what the registry considers unnecessary complexities from the .xxx domain agreement. At the heart of GoDaddy’s proposal is the desire to terminate its association with the IFFOR, the sponsor for the .xxx domain.

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