Companies Join Forces to Help Small Businesses go Digital

Customers can now buy domain names and hosting in-store

woman writing on computerGo Daddy, the world’s largest domain name registrar and OfficeMax have teamed up to bring Go Daddy’s web hosting and domain name services directly to small businesses.

Of Go Daddy’s total customer base which, according to their website is in the range of 11 million world-wide, more than 70 percent are small- to medium-size businesses. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly seventy-five percent of businesses don’t have a website. The combination of these two businesses represents a natural synergy as well as a perfect fit for collaboration.

“Partnering with OfficeMax means we can help more people leverage the power of the Internet – people who may not realize how easy it can be,” said Go Daddy Vice President of Marketing, Teri Dhooge. “An in-store presence at OfficeMax gives Go Daddy the opportunity to help small business owners and entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their businesses.”

The exclusive bundles of Go Daddy services Officemax plans to offer includes domain name registration, website creation and optimizing your site for search engine visibility. These bundles have no monthly service fees and trained Office Max store associates will be on-site to help each business select the bundle that’s right for their needs.

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