“Customers who choose Network Solutions largely did so because they were uninformed about the options they have available. That’s nothing new for Network Solutions. They’ve been taking advantage of the uninformed business owner for years.”
– Bob Parsons, CEO
GoDaddy.com

Bob Parson (Godaddy.com) never like Networksolutions… ofcourse, they are competitors. He is now complaining that customers have been uninformed about the options available.

The truth fact in any business is that information is vital for both the company and customer.

Our quote:

  • A company who is able to find out the best supplier with the lowest price wins the race.
  • The customer who takes his time to research and find out more, will get a better price and product.

A simple scenario is that we went shopping today at shop A and pay for a LCD TV for US$1,000, only to find out tomorrow that another shop B nearby is selling the same LCD TV for US$500. Yes, you can complain about Shop A, but you have not done your research for the best price in the market.

Another scenario in world trade – why do companies resort to sourcing in China today? What if there is another cheaper source in South Africa, so do the buyers complain that China]]> is misinforming them?

This is crap.

So now that I found out 1and1.com is offering reliable domain registration at only US$5.99 with Private Whois… who is also taking advantage of the uninformed business owners?

Godaddy.com should thank networksolutions for maintaining the high price, which is why they have been successful in recent years in the low-cost domain market. IMHO, Godaddy should open their eyes and see who their real competitors are – just to make sure that they are not becoming the “next networksolutions.com”. What goes around, comes around – justice shall be served.

The following statements will go into the records:

This was where we found the remarks:

godaddy

Wow! And look what we found:

1and1

Now, lets see a new version press statement for a change:

“Customers who choose Godaddy largely did so because they were uninformed about the options they have available. That’s nothing new for Godaddy They’ve been taking advantage of the uninformed business owner for years.”
–  CEO
the next GoDaddy.com wannabe

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