Technically Incorrect: Laughing at the Budweiser ads that feature cuddly puppies, the traditionally bawdy GoDaddy released a Super Bowl ad this morning. And then: trouble. Big trouble.
To celebrate small businesses, GoDaddy presents a woman who's proved everyone wrong and wants to tell them where to shove their views.
After more than 15 years of being in business, the massive Web hosting company files for an initial public offering.
The latest to depart is James Carroll, former senior vice president of the consumer and global platform group, according to AllThingsD.
A Chicago lawyer bought the domain popefrancis.com on a whim in 2010. Now he's offering to put it on the pope's collection plate.
Just hours after the world's new Roman Catholic leader is named, more than 600 domain names are registered at GoDaddy with keywords such as Pope, Bergoglio, and Habemus Papam.
The company plans to make it easier for its 11 million customers to develop mobile Web sites from their smartphones.
Jay Leno wanted to kiss Bar Refaeli. What better excuse than to re-create her Super Bowl ad kiss with a nerd? Then comes the switcheroo.
The controversial Super Bowl commercial that shows a mismatched couple in a deep kiss gets the company a record amount of new customers and overall sales.
CNET writer Amanda Kooser investigates Jesse Heiman, the supermodel-kissing actor from GoDaddy's buzzy Super Bowl ad, and weighs his geek cred.
TiVo's tracking of its users' behavior tells it that the senior citizens having a very junior time of it was the most engaging Super Bowl ad. Second was that Doritos goat.
Yes, those Go Daddy people really know how to use sex to their advantage. This year's Super Bowl wheeze is no exception.
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