GoDaddy does provide an opt-out solution but you have to know that you want to opt-out, but GoDaddy does not make it easy. You have to go to myh.godaddy.com, click the “…” button. “Help Us” and “Opt Out”. So like I said it is not intuitive.
Is It Too Late for the GoDaddy Giant?
Some big take aways:
- It mostly is affecting AMP pages (Which there are not a lot of websites that are running AMP pages unless you are a news or media website.)
I am a GoDaddy customer and have been promoting them to my customers and people I come in contact with. I do not think I will continue to support them in the future. I am going to be moving my customers’ sites over to a new host when it is time to renew.
I appreciate GoDaddy taking the action to try to rectify the situation, but for me it is a little too late. I wish GoDaddy all the best, and I’m sure that they will be fine.