Confirmed: There Will Not Be A .Co/Godaddy Super Bowl Commercial This Year released one its commercials that it will be airing during the Super Bowl today.

I confirmed with Godaddy that there will not be a .Co domain name registry co-branded commercial running on this year’s Super Bowl.

The .Co registry ran co-branded ads with Godaddy for the past three Super Bowls.

My favorite of the bunch, actually my favorite television commercial of all time for domain names, was last years Godaddy/.Co commercial entitled Your Big Idea .Co.

Godaddy also confirmed that neither of its two Super Bowl ads will be marketing the new gTLD’s, instead Godaddy’s Super Bowl ads will “Talk about the importance of getting found online and using tools like GoDaddy Website Builder.”

I personally didn’t like the 1st Super Bowl commercial Godaddy released.

I don’t think its going to rake high on the love or hate monitor and not sure its going to drive a ton of registrations or business to Godaddy’s site.

I guess we will find out after the Big Game.





  1. says

    Godaddy no longer cares about .co, when it has thousands of other extensions to roster out… .co prices are going to fall with the launch of the extensions, only .com, and to a very small degree some .net/.org will maintain their pricing levels.

  2. says

    When I mean the domain investing business is over I mean what Frank says when he can no longer compete with end users at Name and Jet and oDaddy auctions. The domain investor is being taken out of the equation. (post this refers to waiting to be approved) see preview of the GoDaddy spot on the fragerfactor blog

  3. Raymond Hackney says

    Owen you are spot on there, Bob Parsons I think cared more about the domainer aspect. Blake Irving cares about Go Daddy being a best friend to millions of small businesses out there.

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