By Alan Keller

Go Daddy goes Mobile with DudaMobile

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Here at Duda, our sales, marketing, and support teams spend a ton of time educating SMB customers on the importance of going mobile.  And to that end we think we’ve been pretty successful in our mission, mobilizing over 2 million sites in the past two and a half years.  Along side of us, we have an incredible roster of customers and amazing partners that have joined us in our mission of making the web mobile friendly for all.

Along those lines, and with great pleasure, I’d like to announce yet another incredible partnership that will help the next massive wave of customers take advantage of the mobile web – this time with one of the largest and most prevalent site building and hosting companies on the web – GoDaddy.

We couldn’t be more pleased with the integration and the value it provides to GoDaddy Web Site Builder customers.  All Web Site Builder customers will instantly get a mobile optimized version of their desktop site. Yes, I said instantly!  No action at all is required from GoDaddy customers as we’ve automated the entire process.  Of course, GoDaddy customers can still use the Duda editor to customize and change their mobile websites to their heart’s content

We’ve built a deep integration working hand in hand with the GoDaddy team so we can ensure the mobile sites are fully functional and look beautiful.  In addition, we’ve taken all the headaches out of implementing the mobile redirect and completely automated this step – no code required, hurray!  All in all, this integration allows the site owners to do what they do best – focus on growing their business and NOT worrying about missed opportunities from customers visiting their website on a smartphone.

All together we’re reaching another 750,000+ customers today and making the web a more mobile friendly place.  We couldn’t have done it without the great team over at GoDaddy, so a big kudos to them and congratulations to all the newly minted mobile site owners.  Long live the mobile web!

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