- 60% of owners said having a website for their business during COVID-19 helped in some way.
- 15% year over year increase in microbusinesses doing business online from 2019 to 2020.
- 23% of microbusinesses said that it helps communicate changes to their customers.
- 8% of microbusiness owners said having inclusive broadband helped them start a new business.
Source: GoDaddy U.S. National Survey July 2020, 2300+ respondents
Source: GoDaddy Venture Forward Research (2018-2021)
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