Go Daddy Super Bowl Commercials 2011 doubled Web Traffic Record
Domain registrar Go Daddy does it again. Their cliff hanger Super Bowlcommercialconcept turns into web traffic gold during the Super Bowl. Go Daddy announced that they have doubled their web spike with their Super Bowl 2011 commercials. Especially the Go Daddy Ad titled The Contract that aired in the fourth quarter drove masses to the Go Daddy site.
In The Contract Commercial it looks like Danica Patrick and Jillian Micheals are totally naked, which of course turns out to be not the case in the extended web only video.
We scored several Go Daddy Super Bowl records," beamed Go Daddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons. "Our fourth-quarter commercial spiked our Internet traffic higher than any Super Bowl ad we've ever done ... ever! And even better -- calls, conversion and cash were off the charts! In fewer than 15 minutes after Go Daddy's first Super Bowl commercial aired, our domain name registrations shot up more than 466 percent over last year."
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