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Inside the offices of GoDaddy (videos)

GoDaddy made 3 videos that give everyone a sneak peak inside the offices of GoDaddy and listen to the people that work in the biggest domain name registrar in the world.

The videos were shot in 3 different office locations in the US:

  • Sunnyvale, California
  • Tempe, Arizona
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts

You can watch the 3 videos here:

Sunnyvale, CA

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, GoDaddy’s Sunnyvale office offers employees perks like catered lunches, go-karts and even a climbing wall.

Tempe, AZ

GoDaddy’s Tempe location is an amazing place to work. From outdoor basketball courts to go karts and made to order lunches. GoDaddy strives to create a work environment that makes it fun to come to work.

Cambridge, MA

GoDaddy’s Cambridge, MA office is a place where the employees work hard and play hard. Whether it is collaborating with colleagues on a big project or competing in the office pingpong tournament GoDaddy’s Cambridge office gets it done.

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3 comments

  1. GoDaddy customer service is the best.
    I love GoDaddy!!!

  2. Interesting.
    It’s always good to see some “reality” behind the business.
    Pity though I couldn’t see my rep…

  3. Just toured the Hiawatha, Iowa, GoDaddy office a couple weeks ago. Seems like a great place to work. No go-karts here in Iowa. They do display the car that Danica Patrick drove to lead the Daytona 500- but I don’t think the employees get to race it around the office! And I survived the slide from the 2nd floor. If I was looking for employment I’d certainly send them a resume. Paul Nicks was a great tour guide.

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