Go Daddy Buys WP Curve from Wordpress


GoDaddy is strengthening its web hosting services by acquiring WP Curve from WordPress. WP Curve is an online service that fixes any issues you have with your site and will improve it in a number of ways. It was co-founded in 2013 by Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty. To date, they have completed over 44,000 jobs since June 2013 and have 39 team members available 24/7 worldwide.

How it Works:

  1. Submit your required job via email
  2. WP Curve’s team of experts takes care of the rest
  3. Your job is complete

Accordingly to WP Curve, it met with GoDaddy in June 2016 to discuss the acquisition. WP Curve mentions in its blog post that its company “complements GoDaddy’s expanding WordPress offering including Managed WordPress and the recent ManageWP addition.”

Further, the WP Curve team will assimilate with GoDaddy to start this new venture. And if you are an existing WP Curve customer, you’ll still receive support from the same team. They will start by getting its existing customers familiar with GoDaddy systems. And after its current customers have been transitioned into GoDaddy’s new systems, they will gradually start to scale the service to support existing WordPress GoDaddy customers.

The transaction amount of the deal was not disclosed in the blog.

GoDaddy is a web hosting service that powers the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures. With more than 14 million customers worldwide and more than 63 million domain names under management, GoDaddy is the place people come to name their idea, build a professional website, attract customers and manage their work. It has more than 5000 employees and 14 facilities around the world.

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