GoDaddy.com Superbowl ad 2009

February 2nd, 2009 - 11:14 am ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi  

An Internet domain registrar and web hosting company, which also sells e-business related software and services, currently the largest ICANN; accredited registrar in the world, and is three times the size of its closest competitor. Founded in 1997 as Jomax Technologies by Bob Parsons..

Four years ago, The NFL persuaded FOX to pull GoDaddy’s advertisement. According to the opinion polls, the advertisement was doing well and in checking the poll results on the Fox site, it was tied for first position, and on the AOL site, it is in number five position.

This year, GoDaddy bought 2nd Super Bowl 2009 Ad Spot last minute. This year they got their approval from NBC for their risky and funny ads to be shown on Super Bowl Sunday. Go Daddy already published two Super Bowl 2009 ads featuring the sexy NASCAR pilot Danica Patrick.

The first Super Bowl ad features Danica Patrick taking a shower with another hot blond woman as three college students watch. The second option, like Go Daddy’s legendary 2005 Super Bowl ad, spoofs a controversial issue. “Baseball” takes on the steroids scandal in typical GoDaddy-esque style. Its cast includes recurring character actor Booth Colman, who appeared in the original Go Daddy Super Bowl ad, and CEO Bob Parsons. Both ads were created in-house by Go Daddy Productions.

Last year Go Daddy got 1.5 million hits form airing the Danica Patrick Beaver ad until the game ended.

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