Pagely acquired by GoDaddy, Backblaze a public company

vyasvyas OGContent Writer
edited November 2021 in Industry News

"Entreprise" level WordPress hosting... brought to you by GoDaddy

https://pagely.com/blog/we-did-it/

Meanwhile...

Backblaze went public

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/12/backblaze-ipo-takes-opposite-approach-to-rivian-going-public-small.html

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  • johnkjohnk Hosting Provider

    "Entreprise" level WordPress hosting... brought to you by GoDaddy

    It worked so well that one of the largest internet brands in the world, GoDaddy, wants us – to help them – to be more like us. They’ve put their cards, and cash, on the table and are serious about serving a wider segment of the market, with better quality products and top class service, to ultimately; help more people succeed

    Yikes, knowing GoDaddy very well. Maybe this will be different, but I'm not placing any bets.

  • Wouldn't touch anything 'GoDaddy ' with a 10ft pole. Not that I touched page.ly, either :lol:

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    Looks like Siteground is no better :-)

    Search Engine Journal: Google Drops Sites Hosted on SiteGround.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/siteground-problem/426852/

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  • bikegremlinbikegremlin ModeratorOG
    edited November 2021

    @vyas said:
    Looks like Siteground is no better :-)

    Search Engine Journal: Google Drops Sites Hosted on SiteGround.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/siteground-problem/426852/

    It's been fixed today (or last night).

    The solution (until they sorted it out) was to use Cloudfalre DNS.
    A friend's site was "caught" so Cloudflare (or any other DNS for that matter) was what it took to solve that.

    Edit:
    It's amazing how people "losing XXXXXXX $ each day" didn't migrate their sites.
    How much could a migration have cost?

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  • @bikegremlin said:

    @vyas said:
    Looks like Siteground is no better :-)

    Search Engine Journal: Google Drops Sites Hosted on SiteGround.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/siteground-problem/426852/

    It's been fixed today (or last night).

    The solution (until they sorted it out) was to use Cloudfalre DNS.
    A friend's site was "caught" so Cloudflare (or any other DNS for that matter) was what it took to solve that.

    Edit:
    It's amazing how people "losing XXXXXXX $ each day" didn't migrate their sites.
    How much could a migration have cost?

    It is me i am guilty i have touched the siteground dns on my 1st day ;) Apologise for the caused inconvenience :(

    Yes people doing 20k ( from what they have said ) in 4 days are with siteground plan and no plan B ......... And not asked for help some sys admin ..... I do not know Rick ( meme of rick)

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