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The best of Go Daddy Commercials

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We all know that sex sells, but sometimes you have to wonder what the target is. Sure, you can put a pretty girl next to a car and the image is clear, but what image do you get with sexy girls and a web hosting site? I liked watching the eye candy laden Go Daddy commercials, but it never made me think to go use their services. When it was time to pick a provided I looked up prices and customer reviews and ratings. Maybe the image of a sexy girl is to sit in the back of your mind and when you do think of web hosting or buying a domain it pops out and you go with that company.

Here is a mix of some of the more sexy Go Daddy commercials.

At each Super Bowl, GoDaddy.com ads are admitted as the sexiest ones, but what the brand does exactly sell ?… Hard to remember. Here is a remix as a reminder before the next Super Bowl…

A US series of commercials produced between 2005 and 2011 for Go Daddy.

GoDaddy.com”s savoir-faire

Where all daddies want to go

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2010. A commercial featuring Danica Patrick.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2009. A commercial featuring Danica Patrick &amp; Mimi Mayweather.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2011. A commercial featuring Danica Patrick &amp; Jillian Michaels.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2010. A commercial featuring Danica Patrick.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2009. A commercial featuring Danica Patrick.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2005. A commercial featuring Nikki Capelli.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2006. A commercial featuring Nikki Capelli.

GoDaddy.com – USA – 2010.

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