Fall 2020: What’s New in Websites + Marketing

So much has happened between kids going back to school and the leaves turning brilliant colors getting ready for the winter. The most exciting thing was our customer event on September 29. If you missed it or if you’d just like another chance to watch the sessions, check out our GoDaddy 2020 Event Recap.

The Websites + Marketing and Online Store teams are “falling” all over themselves to roll out new features, and more are on their way.

Chat with customers using the Conversations app (iOS)

If you’re on the go, it can be hard to stay on top of all the messages you receive from different channels. If you miss a message or take too long to respond, it can cost you a sale.

If you have an Apple mobile phone, download the GoDaddy Conversations app. View and reply to website messages, texts, or Facebook Messenger from one … Read the rest

How to Financial Prepare for Post-Pandemic Life

As the dust slowly begins to settle and we observe businesses putting their action plans in place to recover, we all sit and wonder what this may look like for us. How will I recover from this? How am I going to cover these unexpected expenses? How will I increase my earning potential? Whether you’re navigating the muddy waters of being unemployed, furloughed, return to office plans or continue working remotely – we have many things to consider as time continues to quickly progress. How should we handle debt? Are there any more relief programs or funding? How can we pick up the pieces and properly recuperate what may have been lost? Use the tips below to jumpstart your journey of reclaiming your finances.

Identify your financial focuses

Over the course of this year, many financial goals that were initially set needed to be tweaked or came to a screeching … Read the rest

The Dangers of Digital Fatigue, and How to Prioritize Your Mental Health


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Our lived experience, by and large, is now happening with a screen in front of us. As a global society bound by similar tribulations and technologies, we are now getting married, celebrating birthdays and conducting business with the assistance of a device that never seems to leave our peripheral. 

This is clearly not normal, and the potential long-term effects of our digitally globalized planet have yet to be fully explored.

There used to be a clear delineation between and home life. But because of a microscopic parasite 10,000 times smaller than a grain of salt, this no longer exists. Due to the nature of remote work, every day can turn into a workday if we let it. We can find ourselves working past lunch, dinner and through the quiet hours of the night, all

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Triplets Who Graduated Summa Cum Laude With 4.0 GPAs Honored By Their High School

A set of triplets from Ola High School in McDonough, Georgia have graduated summa cum laude, each with a perfect 4.0 GPA! The school and their parents are so proud of the three outstanding students.
Kendall, Kolby, and Sydney Belcher were also dual enrolled in college while in high school so they started college with about a year of credits already.

“I’m very happy and proud of them,” their mother Cathey Belcher told the Henry Herald.

The triplets started learning as early as 3-years old when their parents taught them to read and write.

“They took off from there,” Cathey said. “They knew they were expected to do their best and never settle for a B or C grade when they could get an A.”

The three are attending college, reaching different careers. Sydney is attending Georgia State University to become a nurse and one day work in the hematology/oncology … Read the rest