We can’t deny that more than 75% of online startups require the skills of various technical experts to develop their sites. The world’s largest web hosting company and ICANN-accredited registrar GoDaddy has implemented a novel service for small business websites and or startups.
Serving more than 59 Million domain names under management as of 2014, recently GoDaddy launched a free WordPress Plugin Professional program for web designers and e-commerce companies entering the website business, aimed at expanding business options and increasing visibility.
This new plugin program is specially designed for WordPress Developers in an organization so that they can easily find a feature that can enhance their website from all perspectives, i.e., visibility, SEO, visitors and more. Jeff King, SVP/GM of hosting at GoDaddy stated: “If GoDaddy’s mission is to serve small businesses, it’s virtually impossible for us to accomplish that without serving people who are serving those businesses half the time.” It is giving small business developers the authority to get expert advice, assistance, and special support by a GoDaddy-verified partner.
Website Developers and WordPress Designers can make the best use of the application by understanding their customers. You do need their credit card and password information to buy things for your customers. Use this program on behalf of your clients – you can add products to their shopping cart and ship it to them to finish off the purchase and transactions. This will add to your site’s credibility through enhanced user experience – consumer’s save time. Developers can also use this function to renew client’s accounts without involving them.
Website monitoring is another significant benefit the GoDaddy WordPress program offers clients. If a problem arises in your clients website, you will receive notification via email or SMS.
Perks of the program gets you connected to a GoDaddy expert who will guide you through advanced website and WordPress support and developer-centric assistance to small businesses who do not have strong technical support.
GoDaddy’s Christopher Carfi added, “Currently, we have 40,000 plugins available for WordPress by various web hosting giants, this new one adds to the list. “WordPress indeed is run by most websites today as it open-source projects to develop millions of websites and content management software.