Registrar & Hosting Company in the News With Banned Pam Anderson Commercial

Nope… the title of this blog post certainly isn’t link bait. According to a variety of news outlets, a Pamela Anderson commercial has apparently been banned in the UK because it was too racy. The advertisement was for an Australian domain registrar and hosting company called Crazy Domains, which can be found at

I don’t find the commercial to be too racy, although I could see why it was prohibited from being aired on television. It’s sort of like they took a page out of the Go Daddy playbook and took it a step further, although Go Daddy has recently toned down its overtly sexual advertising in the last year or so.

Whatever your opinion is on the banned Pam Anderson commercial, the company is surely getting quite a bang for its marketing buck today.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. Yeah I think hybrid domainer posted about this yesterday its a great commercial but not sure you getting many female customers with that type of marketing.

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