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@qsylalyn is right, syncing both ways is nearly impossible in any sort of realtime basis. At that point, you're really talking about a multi-master MySQL server configuration between two different servers. One option is to periodically export your website to an XML file via the WordPress export plugin and then import on the second site. Expect some breakage ...
The syncing both ways will be very difficult, and as usual GoDaddy will manage to mess it all up. I highly recommend you leave them like I did and go for DigitalOcean (I am not a part of them) at digitalocean.com. It looks all complicated and all but actually isn't, and they will give you a free dedicated ip.
Just a quick correction: CloudFlare won't cache dynamic content by default. You can, however, use PageRules to cache dynamic content (use with some care).
Yes, it could still help. Although CloudFlare caches static content, it doesn't cache dynamic content served by your server, which could be of benefit as covered here. Some methods to use both in conjunction are covered here and here.
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