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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Bets That Candice Michelle Beckman Will Run for Senate Also 


From gambling911.com:


She was the talk around the water coolers last year after the steamy GoDaddy.com commercial aired, Candice Michelle is now making quite a splash.

Fox killed a repeat airing of the sexy Super Bowl spot, citing pressure from the National Football League to can it.

The privately owned company, which had no previous experience in television advertising, paid $3.1 million for the right to air two spots promoting its Internet services during the 2005 championship game.

Even before the game, the ad was heavily publicized because it was the only spot that dared to poke fun at the previous year’s halftime “wardrobe malfunction,” which sparked a federal crackdown on broadcast indecency....

GoDaddy.com, virtually unheard of by those outside the internet hosting realm prior to last year, has already gotten their monies worth out of this marketing campaign and it was so successful they've been fighting to get the commercials back on during this year's Super Bowl. The company reportedly has received more than an estimated $11 million in “free publicity” as a result of the network’s cancellation of the ad. Already, the latest GoDaddy.com spot, which features a scantily clad Michelle washing windows outside an office skyscraper, has everybody talking....

Joe Mandese, editor of MediaPost, which covers the advertising and industry, said submitting ads that get rejected has generated barrels of free ink for GoDaddy, which will reap the benefits of Super Bowl hype - even if its spot never makes it onto the air....

PinnacleSports.com...an online gambling firm based in the Netherlands Antilles, has even begun offering betting odds on the 2006 Super Bowl commercials. Odds are specific to which 2006 Super Bowl Commercial Will Win USA Today’s 18th Annual Ad Meter Poll....

PinnacleSports.com does not include the GoDaddy.com spot among its odds, however, they do include an option "Field" which would count any commercial not specifically listed with odds set at 6 to 1 (or win $6 for every $1 wagered).

GoDaddy.com continues to expand, announcing this past week it has opened a new Office of Government Relations in Washington. "As the world's largest domain name provider, responsible for more than 11 million domain names, Go Daddy feels an obligation to protect our customers and represent their interests," said Bob Parsons, GoDaddy.com founder and President. "It's an obligation we share with lawmakers and federal officials, so it is important that we be in Washington, as a base of Internet knowledge for Capitol Hill, the Executive Branch and Federal Regulators."



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Comments:
This is an very intersting issue. As a Christ-follower, I really wish they would tone down their adds. I don't watch the Super Bowl, but I have seen them on the internet. As a consumer, I love godaddy.com They have great customer service and low prices. The actually host my blog and I have three domain names with them.
 
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