Web host and domain provider GoDaddy
and ‘eCommerce’ engine WooCommerce have formed a partnership. Scottsdale, Arizona-based GoDaddy is a household name with a 19-million strong customer base. The company focuses on offering everything small- and medium-sized businesses need to establish an Internet presence without the need to engage a designer. This includes offering a broad range of managed web hosting options alongside website builder and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tools. With its focus on WordPress solutions, WooCommerce represents an ideal partner for GoDaddy.
WooCommerce, which is based in San Francisco, California, United States, provides a customizable eCommerce platform that enables users to build online stores that meet their exact requirements. The solution is supported by Automattic, the team behind WordPress.com and Jetpack, and can easily be adopted by owners of WordPress websites. Together the two organizations are offering GoDaddy’s WordPress customers “the quickest eCommerce setup available”.
GoDaddy is offering a new WooCommerce plan that combines hosting services and offers a “four-step set-up process” that simplifies the development of eCommerce WordPress sites. "In one easy step, our WordPress users can immediately get their online stores up and running in the most efficient and quickest way possible," explained GoDaddy’s Global Hosting SVP and GM, Mr Patrick Pulvermüller. "GoDaddy and WooCommerce share the same goal of helping users succeed online, and we're thrilled to be working with the WooCommerce community to help our WordPress users do this in the easiest, simplest way possible," he added. Do you know of any other companies forming new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.