Resources to help you stay open during COVID-19

Free resources and tools to help your business during these tough times

Dear GoDaddy Customers,

There’s nothing more important to us than the well-being of our customers and employees. As COVID-19 continues to spread, we’ve pulled together free products, resources and tools from trusted sources to help keep your venture going. You’ll find videos and articles specific to your challenges — and a community of small business owners to support you with creative solutions that are working.

You can find everything here, including Fogue Studios & Gallery’s great example of adapting its business to continue to sell fine art.

Our GoDaddy Guides continue to answer the phones and chat, 24/7. No question is off-topic or too small (though there may be increased wait times since they’re working from home, and you might hear kids and dogs). Call us if you need help. We’re here for you.

Our services are up and running so your online business can remain open, so you can reach your customers and they can connect with you.

Lastly, please take good care of yourself and your loved ones. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Be patient and kind. There is no better time to strengthen our bonds, to stand together (digitally), to help each other through this storm, and come out the other side stronger.

Together, we will.

Aman Bhutani
CEO, GoDaddy

P.S. We appreciate your input. Tell us how we can help.

Aman Bhutani
As CEO of GoDaddy, Aman Bhutani brings over 20 years of experience in technical, management, and leadership roles ushering brands into new eras of innovation and global growth. Prior to joining GoDaddy in 2019, Aman spent nearly a decade at Expedia Inc., where he served as Brand Expedia Group president from 2015 to 2019 and chief technology officer and SVP of worldwide engineering from 2010 to 2015. Prior to joining Expedia, Aman served as senior vice president at JP Morgan Chase. In 2018, Aman was elected to the board of directors of The New York Times Company serving the Audit and Technology & Innovation committees. He earned his MBA from Lancaster University in Lancashire, England, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Delhi University. Aman and his family live in Seattle, Washington.