The “Real” Sky Waitress Is Quite The Domainer:

If you watched the Godaddy.Co Super Bowl Commercial you know that the star of the ad was the “Sky Waitress”.

Well it looks like the real Sky Waitress is quite the domainer.

No I don’t mean the actress that played the Sky Waitress in the commercial , but the blogger and owner of the domain name, a married and expecting mother to be by name of Abigail.

“I’m a 20-something flight attendant on furlough. I’m happily married to my best friend Joel and we live in the western suburbs of Chicago with our 6 pound papillon Phoebe”.

“Our latest adventure is expanding our family. Expecting our rainbow baby March 2013” she write on her blog,

Not only does her company Good Humanoid own the domain name it also owns the domain name which is actually the name of her blog as well as 45 other domain names according to, including the domain name of her husbands blog,

The company also own the domain name of her company

And before you ask, yes he company does own, which she uses to direct to her page and her husband owns which he is directing to his blog at


  1. says

    Nice story, looks like they have all their bases covered. Nice when your keywords get used in a high profile commercial! Wonder if she saw any traffic from it? Maybe from other domainers checking to see who owned it.

  2. says

    Hi MHB,


    The original Skywaitress is soliciting Rick Schwartz and Danny Welsh to appear in their Knockoof Commercial they are planning in which Rick and danny are sitting in the jets first class seats. This future commercial should be interesting. SkyWaitress PLEASE PASS the popcorn !!

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal tiger)

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