Sex Sells: GoDaddy.com

By Playboy.com Staff

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<p>GoDaddy's been selling off internet real-estate one sexy commercial at a time. </p>


There are few things less sexy in the world than long strings of complicated internet code and parking URLs. Maybe for the select few minds who can find absolute beauty in binary it’s utterly attractive, but for those of us whose internet experience is limited to cat memes and Helicopter Game, it is by and large an afterthought, the digital liquid that flows through the tubes of the all-powerful internetz.

But, as times change, as every mom-and-pop basket-weaving operation moves online to market their wares, the domain name business booms. And with booms come crowds, and with crowds comes competition.

It’s no wonder, then, that GoDaddy, the leading name in domain names, took to more traditional media early on to ensure their market share. While half the world was still busy fiddling around with floppy disks, GoDaddy was plotting global domination through a series of seriously sexy ad campaigns targeted at males, age: everyone, with the foresight that soon, every man would need a URL.

So, from the top, from their first, very memorable Super Bowl commercial:

…and this: not so sexy, but amazing nonetheless:

…and to close, the GoDaddy, too sexy-to-air, banned commercials collection:


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