The Trouble With GoDaddy WordPress Hosting
There are only a few great WordPress hosting services out there that we’ve seen, but Godaddy’s managed hosting plan is not one of them. The problems we’ve encountered were mostly due to database caching on the back-end. When we created a staging site and then moved it back to production, not all of our site changes made it. Clearing the cache in the Admin menu didn’t help. This is in part due to how Godaddy handles moving the data between staging and live installations. They add a prefix to the database tables which we found to cause issues. We finally had to call Godaddy’s support and have them clear the cache on their end. It was a long painful process that had to be repeated. If you need a great hosting service for your WordPress website, give us a call. We can also help you switch services.