Hosting companyGoDaddy published their second Super Bowl 2010 ad today. The GoDaddy Newscommercial has news anchors conducting a 'gotcha' interview with Go DaddyGirlDanica Patrick about commercials known for being too hot for television.
Like previous GoDaddy Super Bowl 2010 Ads, both of these have cliff hanger endings that invite Super Bowl viewers to go online to watch the unrated part of the commercials. GoDaddy's Super Bowl ad principles are always the same, but they just work every time.
Watch the GoDaddy News Super Bowl ad below.
Go Daddy purchased two Super Bowl slots, set to air in the first and fourth quarters of the big game. The first ad, revealed last month, is called "Movies." It also features Danica Patrick and spoofs iconic movie scenes. Watch the Movies Ad here.
This is the 6th consecutive year Go Daddy has advertised in the Super Bowl and since debuting in 2005, the domain name registrar and Web hosting provider has grown its industry market share to near 50%, making it three times the size of its closest competitor according to GoDaddy.
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