GoDaddy Outage Map
The map below depicts the most recent cities worldwide where GoDaddy users have reported problems and outages. If you are having an issue with GoDaddy, make sure to submit a report below
The heatmap above shows where the most recent user-submitted and social media reports are geographically clustered. The density of these reports is depicted by the color scale as shown below.
GoDaddy users affected:
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Most Affected Locations
Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Mexico City, CDMX||5|
|Los Angeles, CA||3|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||3|
|Lima, Provincia de Lima||2|
|Quito, Provincia de Pichincha||2|
|São Paulo, SP||2|
|Guayaquil, Provincia del Guayas||1|
|Encarnación, Departamento de Itapúa||1|
|Santiago de Querétaro, QUE||1|
|North Richland Hills, TX||1|
|Lusaka, Lusaka Province||1|
|Ecatepec de Morelos, MEX||1|
|Copacabana, Departamento de Antioquia||1|
|Pine Bluff, AR||1|
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GoDaddy Issues Reports
Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@zion781 @LaneHenson10 @newsmax Serious people don't use GoDaddy or HostGator or other conglomerate rollups that job out their tech support to Hindustan. There are many quality ISPs and domain resellers to choose from.
@irishrygirl Well, GoDaddy the website hosting giant gave the bounty hunter website which was set up on GoDaddy, 24 hours to move the website to another platform before they shut it down. That’s what it takes. Big companies in position of influence saying “No Way.”
@GoDaddy @daynathomaslaw You think canceling a website will silence voices? Think again. They will just transfer to another host and tell you to **** off like the shitbags that you are.
@bikeloveny @Tellythecairn Yup. They’re effectively running a DDOS attack on the Texas court system. Also, GoDaddy ruled that the reporting website violated their TOS, and took it down.
@DaisyFried Better do it before GoDaddy shuts down the snitch website.
@saintangelo @0xValkyrie @GoDaddy There's a lot of nuance to this, and I just think that "censorship = bad" without any context is a very dumb essentialist take.
@newsmax Cancel GoDaddy!
@saintangelo @0xValkyrie @GoDaddy If I ran a webhosting service, I wouldn't host certain groups and causes from putting their content on my service because I wouldn't want to be known as an affiliate of those groups and causes. In your world, I would be the one being censored.
@WillyLloyd23 @tmorello @GoDaddy If it's clear to Big Business that being on the wrong side of an issue will cost them and positive changes are made as a result, I don't care.
@CNBC What poor reporting. Which GoDaddy terms of service were violated?
@ClinicEscort @Hegemommy I’d never heard of them before and won’t be moving my bar any lower - if you’re too gross for GoDaddy you’re really gross! 💝
@LifeNewsHQ @GoDaddy Looks like the Right is trying cancel culture once again…. While constantly crying and whining about it… bunch of ignorant, self serving hypocrites
@TXRightToLife @GoDaddy **** snitches. This organization must be comprised of the worst type of Karens
@LifeNewsHQ @GoDaddy @GoDaddy is nothing but lousy services conning people in the name of services kicked them a few years. Now they want to kill babies business must be really bad.
@newsmax Never use GoDaddy. They thrive on this sort of thing.