GoDaddy Dedicated Hosting vs A2 Dedicated Hosting

Speed Test: GoDaddy vs A2 Hosting

We have tested page speeds for GoDaddy users before and after switching to A2 Hosting. Here you'll see the improvement in page load time after GoDaddy customers have switched to A2 Hosting. The load time is listed in seconds. A lower load time means faster and better performanceClick here to learn how we performed this test.

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Comparing A2 Dedicated Hosting & GoDaddy

When choosing a solutions provider, comparing GoDaddy Dedicated vs A2 Dedicated Hosting is a smart decision. Both have been around since at least 2003. You will find a number of similar services at A2 Hosting compared to GoDaddy. These similar services includes, but are not limited to, domain registrations, Shared Hosting, WordPress Hosting, Reseller Hosting, Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers. You will also find a number of online marketing and email resources at both GoDaddy and A2 Hosting. Both companies also offer a range of SSL Certificates and malware protection services to help keep both your site and visitors safe.

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GoDaddy Dedicated Hosting vs A2 Dedicated Hosting - Experience The A2 Difference Today!

Here are just a few of the GoDaddy Dedicated Hosting vs A2 Dedicated Hosting benefits you'll experience with us that make A2 Hosting the very best!

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At A2 Hosting, we have taken great care in offering the industry's very best Dedicated Hosting! Below you'll find a sampling of customers who have trusted A2 Hosting with their sites and their experience with our service.

GoDaddy Dedicated Hosting vs A2 Dedicated Hosting - Industry Best Solutions

Our goal isn't to win awards. Our goal is to offer the best web host solutions that are both blazing fast and ultra-reliable. Even so, we're still extremely proud of our team's accomplishments! Since our launch in 2003, their hard work has helped us earn recognition and accolades as the top hosting provider in the industry. 

Our Speed Test

The speed graph on this page compares average loading times for a webpage on GoDaddy and A2 Hosting. We gathered these results from diagnostics we collected before and after a website was moved from GoDaddy to A2 Hosting. At A2 Hosting, we do not gauge whether websites moving from GoDaddy had any specialized packages concerning speed. It also does not take into account whether the website is using a specialized speed package from A2 Hosting (for example, our “Turbo” package). It is simply a before and after test to find the average load time for a website hosted with A2 Hosting and GoDaddy.

Who Is GoDaddy?

GoDaddy is a web hosting and domain registration company currently located in Scottsdale, Arizona. GoDaddy was founded by Bob Parsons in 1997 originally in Baltimore, Maryland. Its first name was actually Jomax Technologies. In 1999, Jomax Technologies' employees discussed the need for a company name change. The name "Big Daddy" was originally discussed as an alternative, but it was unavailable. This was when GoDaddy was discussed and ultimately chosen as the company's official name.

In 2006, GoDaddy planned to take their company public by filing an S-1 registration statement. However, this was later rescinded due to fluctuations within the marketplace at that time. In September 2010, GoDaddy was put up for auction and was later purchased in 2011 by a number of private equity firms including KKR and Silver Lake Partners.

In 2011, founder Bob Parsons stepped down as CEO and was transitioned into an Executive Chairman position. A few years later in 2014, Parsons once again moved positions moving from his Executive Chairman role and onto GoDaddy's Board of Directors. That same year, GoDaddy once again filed to make their company public. It was determined at the time that GoDaddy had not made a profit since 2009 and had lost over $500 million since the year 2012. GoDaddy went public in 2015, nine years after it had filed its first IPO.

 

**Speed test data is gathered internally and is a calculated average. It may not accurately reflect your speed results. Pricing claims are based on our three year plans broken down monthly. The information on this webpage is solely for the purpose of informing our potential customers, like you, about your options when choosing a hosting service.

 

 

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