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GoDaddy Unveils ‘Get Paid’ to Help Small Businesses Get Paid Anytime, Anywhere by Any Method

GoDaddy, the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to small businesses, today unveiled Get Paid, a new offering designed to help small businesses ‘get paid’ anytime, anywhere, and by any digital method. Get Paid is the newest addition to GoDaddy’s family of technology solutions, which are designed to make it easier for small business owners to manage their business.

With Get Paid, small business owners can create and send invoices and estimates, accept all payment types on any device, set up recurring invoices, bill expenses back to clients, manage weekly sales and expenses and track billable and non-billable time. Get Paid supports all forms of payment such as credit and debit cards, electronic checks and mobile payments. GoDaddy has partnered with leading solutions – including PayPal, Dwolla and Stripe – to provide Get Paid customers with an easy, one-stop shop solution for receiving payments on mobile phones, laptops and tablets. GoDaddy has done all the legwork, so small business owners can simply use Get Paid and have access to a wide variety of solution options.

In addition to ease-of access to payment solutions, Get Paid also delivers:

  • The ability to create, send and track invoices and estimates.
  • Acceptance of all payment types – credit cards, debit cards, eChecks (ACH) and PayPal.
  • Payments by any method including mobile payments, such as PayPal and online payments such as eChecks through Dwolla and credit cards, with Stripe and PayPal.
  • Recurring invoices.
  • Time tracking.
  • Mileage tracking on mobile phones.
  • Automated sales and expense tracking.

Today’s consumers expect flexible, convenient payment options, and small business owners need to offer multiple payment types, while efficiently managing cash flow. With 45 percent of small businesses identifying late payments as a major pain point, it is clear that small business owners need tools to help collect payments.

“We know that getting paid is always top of mind for our customers,” said GoDaddy SVP of Applications Steven Aldrich. “When we heard from customers that they want to offer their clients more ways to pay, we set out to create a best-in-class solution to ensure easy access to all the tools they need to collect payments quickly and efficiently.”

Get Paid not only gives customers access to a simple solution to collect payments, it also gives them around-the-clock access to GoDaddy customer care to help answer their questions in real-time and serve as an always available, trusted resource on how to use new tools and technologies.

Get Paid is available now with costs ranging from $4.99 to $19.99 per month. For more information visit: https://bookkeeping.GoDaddy.com/get_paid

To learn how GoDaddy can help your small business visit: http://www.GoDaddy.com/SmallBusiness.

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About GoDaddy

GoDaddy's mission is to radically shift the global economy toward small businesses by empowering people to easily start, confidently grow and successfully run their own ventures. With 12 million customers worldwide and 57 million domain names under management, GoDaddy gives small business owners the tools to name their idea, build a beautiful online presence, attract customers and manage their business. To learn more about the company, visit www.GoDaddy.com.

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