“It automatically converts your content from your standard website to a mobile site without requiring you do a thing. Changes you make with the Page Designer to your standard website sync with your mobile website,” remarked the company through its blog.
Noting the move, Go Daddy cited Google statistics showing that 74% of users were “more likely to return” to mobile sites upon future visits.
Further capabilities, meanwhile, are provided through deluxe and premium plans.
The move follows a previous announcement in which the web host indicated it would disable some contact information from its Whois database for expiring domains which often receive the increased scrutiny of domain investors.