GoDaddy Shared Hosting

GoDaddy Shared Hosting

Web hosting plans that are perfect for building a personal or business website.

Shared hosting plans starting at $2.49/month*

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GoDaddy shared hosting plans that adapt to your needs.

Designed with simplicity and power in mind.

Flexibility and Ease

With a control panel included in each plan, managing your hosting and resources could not be easier. Seriously.

Security and Protection

24/7 security monitoring and DDoS protection come standard so you can have peace of mind knowing that your site is safe.

Scalable Solutions

As your business grows, so do your hosting needs. With 1-click purchase of added resources, get more CPU, RAM, I/O, etc.

GoDaddy Shared Hosting Plans



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Hosting to get you started.



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Basic resources, more space.



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Multiple site flexibility.



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Best for higher traffic and resources.

GoDaddy shared hosting features packed with convenience.

Easy to Use Control Panel

Easily manage your web hosting from the control panel industry leader in cPanel.

Adjustable Resources

Add resources at any time such as CPU, RAM, I/O, etc. Upgrade or downgrade as you see fit.

Tons of Applications

Get access to 125+ applications ready to use such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and many others.

Email Accounts

Free email accounts come standard with most shared web hosting plans.

Unlimited Space

Get all the storage space you need with Deluxe and Ultimate plans.

24/7 Support

Expert support is always available when you need it at any time.

Is GoDaddy shared hosting right for you?

GoDaddy shared hosting is a common form of web hosting that is affordable, flexible and convenient. It is an ideal solution for small business owners as well as for blogs and other basic or personal websites.

Wonder why it’s called shared hosting? It’s because different websites share the resources of a secured server in order to show up online. Interesting, huh?

With GoDaddy shared hosting, you can rest assured that you are choosing a provider that is able to not only meet the specific hosting requirements and needs of your website, but to exceed your expectations as well.

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business hosting

Have growing business needs?

Then GoDaddy Web Hosting Plus may be right for you.

With GoDaddy Web Hosting Plus, you get a plan that offers private-server speed with the management simplicity of cPanel.

GoDaddy Shared Hosting FAQs

GoDaddy shared hosting is one of the most a common and cost-friendly types of web hosting plans available. It is a type of hosting where a single server hosts multiple websites. While no one size fits all, many people find that a shared hosting plan is a great option to start their website with.

When you first purchase a hosting plan, your site is stored on a shared server and assigned its own unique DNS. This DNS is essentially the address where your website is located and is what allows people to be able to view your website.

When you purchase a GoDaddy shared hosting plan, you are buying space on a server for your website to able to exist on the Web. The analogy that’s commonly used is that it’s like renting your parking space on the internet for your website so that it can be displayed and accessible to the world.

Among the top of the list is affordably and ease of management. With GoDaddy shared hosting, you don’t have to concern yourself with your own servers because your hosting operates under a managed environment.

If you are building a single website and anticipate moderate visitor traffic, the Starter or Economy plan might be right for you to start. You can always upgrade later. If you need to host multiple websites and require more from your hosting, the Deluxe or Ultimate plan may be better suited for you.

While both are required in order to have a website live on the internet, they are two separate things. Hosting is the server space where the files of your website exist, whereas a domain name is the address of where those files are located in order to view the files as a website within a web browser.

Shared web hosting is a type of hosting that can host a WordPress site, but it can also host other types of websites as well such as Drupal or Joomla sites. WordPress hosting is tailored more specifically toward the hosting needs of a WordPress site and therefore may be more optimal for sites being built on WordPress.

Getting started is an easy process that takes just a couple of minutes to complete. First, decide on a plan that you want to sign up for based on your current needs. Once you’ve made a decision, simply select the plan you want to start the checkout process. Follow the on-screen prompts to set up your account and complete your purchase. And that’s it. Once you’re ready, you can set up your GoDaddy shared hosting in just a few clicks to start creating your website. You can always upgrade or downgrade your plan later as needed. And of course, help is also available at any time as questions come up.

Help available when you need it.

Expert support is available 24/7 to answer your questions at any time.

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Get started with GoDaddy shared hosting today for as little as $2.49/mo*

*Price excludes applicable taxes and ICANN fees.

**We don’t limit the amount of storage and bandwidth your site can use as long as it complies with our Hosting Agreement. Should your website bandwidth or storage usage present a risk to the stability, performance or uptime of our servers, we will notify you via email and you may be required to upgrade, or we may restrict the resources your website is using. It’s very rare that a website violates our Hosting Agreement and is typically only seen in sites that use hosting for file sharing or storage.

***Email account storage is limited to 1000 email accounts with 1 GB of total storage.

****After the initial free year, the certificate will automatically renew at the then-current price until canceled. You can cancel your automatic renewal certificate at any time.

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