Go Daddy Super Bowl Ads drove more Sales than

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Domain name registrar and ISP Go Daddy announced that the company registered more sales than ever on Super Bowl Sunday.

Go Daddy says that Go Daddy's "Body Paint" ad accounted for a tremendous Internet spike  during the game that coincides with a peak point in Web traffic, as reported by Akamai Technologies, a company that monitored Internet usage during the Super Bowl. Go Daddy did not reveal though how big of a spike we are talking about.

Go Daddy also states that they broke their own records for sales on a Super Bowl Sunday and for its best mobile website traffic.


"We decided it was worth the risk to play to all the people watching the game and using their smartphones simultaneously," said Go Daddy Executive Chairman and Founder Bob Parsons. "I'm thrilled we made the decision. Viewers scanned the code and as a result, Go Daddy set an all-time sales record for our mobile site."

"People think of Go Daddy as a fun company and we do like to have fun with the Super Bowl ads -- filming the 'Cloud' with the new Pussycat Dolls was a blast and I think that came through in the commercial," Danica said. "When you boil it down, Go Daddy is an innovative company, they're willing to try new things, but at its core, Go Daddy is all about taking care of customers -- it's the best of both worlds and it's the real secret to Go Daddy's success."

The trick of offering extended Internet Only versions of the Go Daddy Super Bowl ads works every year.

Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 Ad - Body Paint (Internet Only)

Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 Ad - The Cloud (Internet Only)




The Super Bowl 2012 is over and the Giants won. The Super Bowl 2012 Ad game just started. Which are the best 2012 Super Bowl Ads? Watch all Super Bowl 2012 Commercials online.
The coverage on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks extends our famous Super Bowl for Geeks Guide on I4U News. See who the 2012 Super Bowl Advertisers are.

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