GoDaddy Website Builder Review 2020: Features, Pricing & More

Christel Deskins

You might know GoDaddy for its unique marketing campaigns and solid reputation as a domain provider and website host. However, GoDaddy also offers a website builder that’s extremely easy to use.


Who is GoDaddy Website Builder for?

GoDaddy Website Builder can create a website in under an hour, making it perfect for beginners. You can build a blog, informational site, or even an online store quickly and easily. With built-in marketing tools, GoDaddy makes building and optimizing a site simple, regardless of your knowledge or experience.

What you gain in simplicity, however, you sacrifice in creativity. In terms of look and layout, you’ll find customization options extremely limited, and there’s no app store for plug-ins and add-ons.

If you need to code and customize your site, GoDaddy isn’t the best option. However, it can be a great choice for a no-frills, small business website.


GoDaddy Website Builder’s features

GoDaddy Website

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Gadget Freak Review: Action Sports Drone; Fashionable Wearable Tech

This Gadget Freak review looks at a Kickstarter campaign for an auto-follow action sports drone and a fashionable ring that will discreetly alert you to an incoming notification on your smartphone.

We will also look at a vintage Gadget Freak of an electrical car with an added range of control based on robotics.

Auto-follow action sports drone

Over on Kickstarter, a group of engineers who are passionate about action sports are more than halfway to their goal to fund the production of AirDog, an easy-to-use personal drone. AirDog is “a small, agile, foldable quadcopter, especially designed for video shooting action sports with the GoPro camera.” It will follow your every move and can withstand rain and freezing temperatures.

To get AirDog to start following you, you have to strap the AirLeash waterproof portable tracker on to your wrist or helmet. The drone will make in-flight calculations to correct its flying

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Razer and Humanscale ‘Pro’ ergo keyboard and mouse review: A dream for the modern office

Razer Proclick ProtypeSource: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central

“The average person spends 40% of their day working, 40 hours a week, and around 40 years of their life” is how Razer starts its PR spin on its new co-branded and developed mouse and keyboard accessories. While those numbers are sobering, they offer a stark reminder that, like owning a good bed, using ergonomic PC accessories to reduce stress and injury is worth some thought.

The Pro Click, Pro Type, and Pro Glide computer accessories, which are made in conjunction with Humanscale’s knowledge of design, offer a clean, non-gaming aesthetic that would make any Surface Studio owner proud. These wireless accessories are not low-cost, but they do provide some things I’ve been looking for, including backlit LED lights on a 2.4GHz keyboard.

I’ve spent the last few weeks using these tools, trading in my usual Razer gamer-focused ones. Here is what I think

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Bandzoogle website builder review | TechRadar

Bandzoogle is a great web hosting provider if you’re aiming to reach a specific audience. Built for musicians, Bandzoogle includes many features that make it easy to showcase your talents, with professional-looking templates designed for artists, along with an easy set up process and font and color options giving users the ability to create a truly unique website.

Bandzoogle also allows users to make unlimited sales without charging commission, which is great for musicians who anticipate making large sales in the future. So if you’re looking for your own website to sell all of your singles and albums, Bandzoogle offers the platform you need.

(Image credit: Bandzoogle)

Plans and pricing 

It’s unfortunate that Bandzoogle doesn’t include a free plan you can use for an unlimited time, so if you want to give it a shot, you’ll have to sign up for the 30 day free trial. You’ll still have the

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Computer Task Group (NASDAQ:CTG) and Cicero (NASDAQ:CICN) Head to Head Review

Computer Task Group (NASDAQ:CTG) and Cicero (OTCMKTS:CICN) are both small-cap computer and technology companies, but which is the superior investment? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their earnings, risk, dividends, analyst recommendations, profitability, institutional ownership and valuation.

Earnings and Valuation

This table compares Computer Task Group and Cicero’s gross revenue, earnings per share and valuation.

Gross Revenue Price/Sales Ratio Net Income Earnings Per Share Price/Earnings Ratio
Computer Task Group $394.17 million 0.19 $4.13 million N/A N/A
Cicero $1.54 million 0.95 -$1.61 million N/A N/A

Computer Task Group has higher revenue and earnings than Cicero.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of current ratings and target prices for Computer Task Group and Cicero, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell Ratings Hold Ratings Buy Ratings Strong Buy Ratings Rating Score
Computer Task Group 0 0 0 0 N/A
Cicero 0 0 0 0 N/A

Volatility & Risk

Computer

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WP Engine vs Bluehost (2020): Web Create Publishes Comparison and Review of Top Web Hosting Companies

Christel Deskins

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Can’t choose between WP Engine and Bluehost? The team of experts over at Web Create have shared a comparison and review of these two popular web hosting companies, providing a comprehensive side-by-side analysis to help those who are looking to launch their own website.

In their WP Engine vs Bluehost comparison, the Web Create team discussed different points of comparison including the features, speeds, reliability, and pricing plans of these two platforms, rounding off the comparison with a verdict section. In addition, the key statistics such as traffic tiers, storage tiers, and monthly bandwidth were summarized in a comparison chart.

According to Web Create, WP Engine is the best match for WordPress, making it the better choice if you’re planning to stick to the platform.

WP Engine focuses purely on WordPress, so it’s an easy skip if you’re planning to use a different CMS. However, that’s

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Skater XL review | Engadget

Christel Deskins

From a distance, Skater XL looks eerily similar to Skate. Both games have a low camera angle, for instance, and hilariously bad ragdoll physics whenever you mistime a kickflip and fall down a long set of stairs. Skater XL’s control scheme is fundamentally different to the Skate franchise, though, because it uses both analog sticks for board trickery. In Skate, the left analog stick was used to spin and generally point your character in the right direction. Skater XL, meanwhile, uses the left and right sticks for your left and right feet respectively. That means something as simple as a kickflip requires both sticks to complete.

At first, this seemingly simple idea is utterly overwhelming. Countless games have ingrained the idea that the left analog stick is for general movement. It took an hour or two for me to override that muscle memory and use the

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Time for an Insurance Review

Christel Deskins

The coronavirus has made one thing abundantly clear: We all need to be prepared for an emergency. Which prompts the question: When did you last review your insurance policies?

You may want to make some changes to your auto, homeowners and life in­surance policies in light of COVID-19. “You could be paying for coverage that you don’t need anymore, or you could be lacking coverage in some areas because of the pandemic,” says Carmen Balber, executive director at Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit consumer-advocacy organization.

Auto insurance. Chances are you received a discount from your auto insurer automatically. In April, a number of large insurance carriers offered their customers discounts of, typically, 15%.

Many drivers realized they were barely using their cars and asked their insurers for even bigger premium adjustments. Scott and McKenzie Henderson of Lehi, Utah, started driving a lot less when they began working from home in March.

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Lenovo Flex 5G review: Stunning battery life ruined by Windows on ARM

Christel Deskins

In use and app compatibility

The most fascinating feature of the Flex 5G is the Snapdragon 8cx CPU that keeps it running. It’s similar to the Qualcomm-Microsoft SQ1 chipset that powers the Surface Pro X, and the technical differences aren’t very clear. The 8cx is supposed to provide “extreme” performance for Qualcomm’s Windows on ARM computers, and is meant to compete against Intel’s Y-series chips for thin-and-light notebooks. In addition to the Snapdragon processor, the Flex 5G also comes with the same 8GB of RAM the Surface Pro X offers, though Lenovo provides a 256GB SSD while Microsoft’s only has 128GB at the base level.

The Flex 5G was mostly capable of managing my usual workload… Until it wasn’t. After I drained the battery with our video rundown test and restarted the laptop, getting all my Chrome tabs reloaded and apps running took an excruciating 10 minutes. I just wanted

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LAPTOP Review 2019

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