Gabey Goh
Mar 3, 2016

GoDaddy launches in 11 Asian markets with personalised marketing priorities

SINGAPORE - GoDaddy has launched in 11 new markets in Asia, targeting small and medium-sized business owners. But don't expect to see the brand running the type of bawdy ads it became famous for in the US.

Blake Irving

In an email interview with Campaign Asia-Pacific, CEO Blake Irving said the company’s goal is to help small business owners across Asia create a strong digital presence by finding the perfect domain name, building a website, attracting new customers and improving productivity.

GoDaddy is a publicly traded Internet domain registrar and web hosting company that also offers e-business related software and services. In its Q3 2015 earnings report, the company recorded US...

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