The above graph represents the GoDaddy quarterly revenue share by division – Domains, Hosting and Presence and Business Applications. In Q2 2019, GoDaddy quarterly revenue increased 13.1% YoY to $737.2 million, worldwide. A majority of that came from the company’s domain business, followed by the Hosting and Presence products, and Business Applications.

GoDaddy Quarterly Revenue Share by Division: History

SourceGoDaddy Quarterly Reports
Graph ID525
Last Updated28 October 2019
NoteGoDaddy Fiscal Year – Jan 01 – December 31

In Q2 2019, GoDaddy’s domains revenue reached an all-time high of $334.4 million, representing 45.4% of the company’s total revenue.

As the graph shows, between Q1 2014 and Q3 2016, the domain division of GoDaddy accounted for over 50% of the company’s total revenue in every quarter. After that, the share of domains revenue started declining.

The revenue from hosting and presence also reached its highest-ever $279.8 million in Q2 2019. GoDaddy’s hosting division contributed approximately 37.9% to the company’s total revenue during the second quarter.

In Q1 2014, nearly 7.5% of the company’s total revenue came from its business applications, which increased to 10.3% in Q2 2015. Since then it is hovering above 10% but below 20%. In Q1 2017, the GoDaddy’s business applications division accounted for 17.1% of the company’s total revenue – highest-ever till date.

Note: GoDaddy Domains revenue primarily consists of revenue from the sale of domain registration subscriptions, domain add-ons and aftermarket domain sales. While GoDaddy’s Hosting and presence revenue primarily consists of revenue from the sale of subscriptions for the website hosting products, website building products, website security products and online visibility products. GoDaddy’s Business applications revenue primarily consists of revenue from the sale of subscriptions for third-party productivity applications, email accounts and email marketing tools.

About GoDaddy Inc: Additional Information

GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY) is the world’s one of the largest internet domain name registrar and web hosting company. In 1997, Bob Parsons formed a company named “Jomax Technologies”, which later became GoDaddy. On May 28, 2014, the company was incorporated in Delaware.

In 2005, GoDaddy became the largest ICANN-Accredited registrar on the Internet.

In January 2009, GoDaddy began offering .IN domain names to small businesses in India. While in June 2012, the company launched its full-scale operations in India which soon became the company’s largest international office.

In July 2011, GoDaddy Group Inc agreed to be bought by a private equity consortium led by KKR, Silver Lake, and Technology Crossover Ventures, for about $2.25 billion.

On April 7, 2015, GoDaddy completed its initial public offering (IPO) of 26,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock, at a public offering price of $20.00 per share.

GoDaddy’s top acquisitions include (July 2012), Inc (February 11, 2013), Locu (August 19, 2013), Media Temple (October 15, 2013), Afternic (September 19, 2013), Mad Mimi (August 20, 2014), Worldwide Media (December 7, 2015), FreedomVoice for $42M (May 17, 2016), ManageWP (September 6, 2016), Cognate (September 25, 2018), Sellbrite (April 10, 2019).

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