Video: Go Daddy Releases Sneak Peak of Second Super Bowl Commercial

Go Daddy just released a 19 second sneak peak of its second commercial that will be shown during the Super Bowl. The commercial stars supermodel Bar Rafaeli and is called “Perfect Match.”

GoDaddy’s .CO Super Bowl commercial  (sending people to  YourBigIdea.CO)was released in its entirety last week, and I think it will be a hit. It would be great if Go Daddy releases some metrics after the Super Bowl to share how these very different commercials performed.

Thanks for the tip to Barb Rechterman, Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer at GoDaddy.

Elliot Silver
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  1. I understand that they are using a guy who looks like a loser dweeb to make their point but he should at least not be difficult to look at.


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