January 7, 2006 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) After spending 2.3 million dollars of an advert during last years Super Bowl and generating some controversy doing so, GoDaddy.coms (http://www.godaddy.com) founder Bob Parsons has announced he is prepared to answer questions on his advertising strategy for this years game.
"We have had tremendous interest from the media about whether GoDaddy.com will advertise in the 2006 Super Bowl. I have never backed out of the spotlight or been shy about speaking my mind. It's time we share what's happening," said the GoDaddy.com founder and president.
Last year GoDaddys commercial was shown once during the Super Bowl but not allowed a second showing after pressure from the NFL. Ironically, the commercial itself was a parody on censorship. According to the company, the media storm that erupted around the event created more than $11-millions worth of free advertising for GoDaddy. The commercial itself was ranked number for in the Top 10 US commercials for 2005.
Bob Parsons will announce his advertising strategy for the 2006 Super Bowl on Thursday, January 5, at 2:30 p.m. (Arizona time) at a news conference held at The Go Daddy Group's Arizona headquarters.