GoDaddy, taking a break from their usual marketing of casual sexism, is using the Super Bowl to give one woman the career ruining opportunity of a lifetime. During the game, the company will air an ad featuring one REAL LIFE woman quitting her job. FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE!
GoDaddy, that website hosting company that has a stronger brand association with "trying-too-hard 'sExY' Super Bowl ads" than with, uh, actual website hosting, has announced plans to tone it down. Let's all pour one out for the boobies commercials we'll never know.
Just how far does the Communications Decency Act go? A group of women who have signed on to a class action lawsuit against the owners of revenge porn site Texxxan.com — and its hosting company, the always-charming GoDaddy — are about to find out. Their suit seeks to prosecute for invasion of privacy and mental…
Before internet domain hosting service GoDaddy was famous for backing the SOPA bill and pissing off the whole internet, the company was known for airing inscrutable but irritatingly sexist ads. So what's the damaged brand doing to win back some of its ex customers? Making an even more inscrutable, even stupider ad,…
What do you do when your name is mostly synonymous with ridiculously demeaning ads? Give $500,000 to create a women's clinic! Let's review exactly what GoDaddy is trying to whitewash.
In another sign that officials are taking cyberbullying more seriously, GoDaddy has shut down peoplesdirt.com, which Maryland attorney general calls, "a slander, defamation Web site for high school students." Peoplesdirt.com "caused despair for students," says a Bethesda principal. [Washington Post]