15 May '11, 2am

Business Solutions

Bob Parsons knows something about doing business online . The Go Daddy CEO started Go Daddy in 1997 after he sold his first business, a software company, to Intuit for $64 million. In the early days, the company that would one day dominate the domain industry had no interest whatsoever in domains. "We tried building intranets, selling other people's hardware, selling other people's software, building large-scale custom Web sites and doing computer education," Bob says in an article that appeared in the April 2009 edition of Playboy magazine. "None of it clicked." When Bob's developers created the beta version of WebSite Tonight®, a Web site-builder designed to be easy enough for the average person to use, he thought he'd found his cash cow. He figured all he needed to do was sell a million copies via Go Daddy's online store. So Bob decided to become a domain registrar simp...

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