You also won’t have access to your site’s error logs unless you have a Linux plan.
Unless you have some obscure reason that requires you to use Windows, choose Linux.
I’m not going to go into detail here, because Go Daddy makes it pretty easy to give them money for domains.
Your hosting provider is the one who actually stores the files which make up your website and provides the back-end technology to make everything tick.
Personally, I use Blue Host, which took me about 10 minutes to set up even when I didn’t know what I was doing.
Word also has a nice list of recommended WP hosts to choose from.
Once we deployed the actual site after development, the site was still serving the old homepage from some cache but inner pages can be accessed via absolute URL's.
we were able to fix it only by adding the domain name.
While I haven’t found one I’m completely thrilled with, I personally use Bluehost.For the love of all that’s secure, don’t do it that way.I’ve heard horror stories about the insecurity of the default installation procedure of Go Daddy and about how sluggish they can be at upgrading you to the latest (usually more secure) version of Word Press.We have hosted a wordpress site with Godaddy and we are facing strange issues with the provider related to caching.Initially we have gone for a hosted Wordpress option and a default site was pointed to the default URL.