@datvimaru50 GoDaddy includes caching so you do not need a caching plugin.
If your site is slow, there are many reasons that can cause this -- even with a premium theme.
Run your site through a speed test at GTMetrix.com
You'll then be able to see exactly what you need to do to speed things up.
I also have my site on GoDaddy's WP Hosted plan and I ran a performance report on GTMetrix, as suggested.
In the results, I get an "F" in "Leverage browser caching". A score of 27 out of 100, with an average score being 60). See attached image.
Also, aside from one image on the site that needed to be optimized, this is the only category where I receive an "F" grade. The majority of others are "A"s, so the caching seems to be the only area left to fix.
Can you please provide a solution to this issue since GoDaddy doesn't allow caching plugins? If they do their own caching, the score should at least be in the "average" range.
Thanks for any help that can be provided.
Have you checked on the size of your images? Check out how to do this https://www.godaddy.com/help/optimize-images-in-wordpress-26388. Maybe @Muse has some other suggestions for you to try. All the best!
Another way to leverage browser caching is to add the following to your .htaccess file:
Your .htaccess file is located in the root of your server and can be downloaded via FTP (I use Filezilla).