Here’s GoDaddy’s UK Television Commercial

Here’s a video of GoDaddy’s new television commercial that is being shown to viewers in the UK. The focus is on GoDaddy’s website builder platform, and you can see them also advertising a domain name. Interesting, the web building platform is not advertised as GoCentral in the UK like it is advertised here in the US.

I reached out to GoDaddy to get more insight about the television commercial, and here’s what Kate Cox (Vice President/CMO of GoDaddy EMEA) had to say about it:

“Research by GoDaddy has revealed that 20% of UK employees are likely to start a ‘side hustle’ alongside their day job in the next two years. Working with ex-cricket star and TV personality, Freddie Flintoff and his ‘FourInchFreddies’ side hustle has allowed us to showcase how easy it is to set up a website in under an hour with GoDaddy and we can help continue to help fuel Britian’s place as one of the leading nations for digital entrepreneurialism.”

If you visit, you can see the website Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff created for his “four inch Freddies.” Here’s the television commercial:

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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