GoDaddy Launches GoCentral for Web Design on Mobile

Newly launch GoDaddy GoCentral enables small business customers to focus on achieving their goals, rather than worry about website designs.

GoDaddy has launched GoCentral — a new service that combines a mobile friendly website builder with what they are calling “an integrated set of marketing and ecommerce tools” that will ideally help you to create an audience for your business.

Interestingly, the new service allows you to design a professional website in under an hour from a variety of devices including mobile phones. According to GoDaddy, GoCentral offers support for more than 1,500 niches or industries, from plumbers to hairstylists to soccer coaches, so you just have to type in your name and niche or industry and GoCentral’s smart-learning system will provide you with an almost-complete website with all the relevant images and sections.

“Traditional DIY site builders got it wrong by forcing people to focus their time on tweaking page layout instead of generating results,” GoDaddy’s General Manager and Senior Vice President Lauren Antonoff told the Small Business Trends. “Many small businesses struggle to attract visitors to their sites, and the little traffic they do get is largely coming from mobile devices. We’re fundamentally changing the approach by creating a mobile friendly experience that lets customers focus on achieving their goals, rather than worry about site designs. GoCentral is unique in that it helps customers get noticed, reach audiences wherever they are, and drive real results, including sales.”

A Peek at GoDaddy GoCentral

Upon login, GoCentral will offer you with a host of suggestions on how you can improve your visibility, which might be as simple as linking your website to a social network or engaging in a Facebook geographic-targeted campaign.

GoDaddy claims that the integrated marketing features will help you to quickly get your business on Facebook and even improve search rankings on Google.

The service also comes with a number of improvements, including integrated product and inventory management and streamlined and fast mobile checkout. Apple Pay, PayPal and all major credit cards are supported.

On the fifth of February, GoDaddy will be kicking-off a fully integrated GoCentral marketing campaign via the much-anticipated 30-second Super Bowl TV commercial.

Looking to easily design and customize your website on the go? GoCentral looks like one positive option to explore.


Antony Maina Antony Maina is a staff writer for Small Business Trends and has been a member of the team for 8 years. Antony covers business and technology and is also a successful freelance writer.