Company continues to grow revenue as it heads toward IPO.
GoDaddy released its second quarter financial results today through an amended S-1 Initial Public Offering filing with the SEC.
Q2 2014 revenue came in at $338.5M, up from $276.0M in the same quarter of 2013 and $320.2M in Q1 2014.
The net loss for the quarter was $37.5 million, worse than the $35.3 million loss it turned in during the second quarter of 2013 but better than the $51.3M loss in the first quarter of this year.
Although its revenue from the domains business is growing, it represents an ever lower piece of the pie. Hosting/presence and business applications continue to grow in importance to the company, making up a combined 44.2% of revenue last quarter.
The company added 231,000 customers during the quarter. It has grown its base of domains under management by about one million so far this year.