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2008-07-16 09:00:38

If you missed out on registering your domain name with other extensions - get ready. Tomorrow, July 17, GoDaddy.com is offering .ME domain names for Open Registration. This gives anyone who wants to get their presence online an opportunity for a valuable piece of Internet real estate. As with any Open Registration period, plenty of premier domain names are available to be registered. Using a .ME domain lets the world know it's about you. A Web site dedicated to your interests, an online...

2008-06-26 12:02:36

The domain name RulesOfSaving.com marks a historic milestone for The Go Daddy Group, Inc. and the Internet. The new domain name brings the Go Daddy portfolio to an industry record 30 million domain names. This Internet first reflects thriving conditions on the Web and at GoDaddy.com. While reports of a wavering economy and surging oil prices dominate the news, Go Daddy's business is booming. Why? More and more people and businesses are moving to establish their own space on the...

2008-06-24 15:02:28

Go Daddy is helping ratchet up the fight to knock rogue pharmacies offline. In testimony before Members of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, Go Daddy General Counsel Christine Jones testified about how quickly illegitimate pharmacies are proliferating on the Internet and what lawmakers can do to stop it. Today, House Members introduced a bipartisan bill to stop rogue pharmacies operating on the Internet and improve safety of consumers who fill...

2007-01-09 09:00:27

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- GoDaddy.com(R), known for its successful Super Bowl(R) commercial campaigns, announces a diverse cast of characters for this year's big spot. GoDaddy.com CEO and Founder Bob Parsons confirmed Danica Patrick will be in what he hopes will be his company's next Super Bowl hit commercial, along with renowned 'Go Daddy Girl' Candice Michelle. "We've been lucky with great results from our Super Bowl advertising campaigns," said Parsons. "Each year, we...

2006-02-06 01:49:07

By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Warning. Starring in a Super Bowl commercial can be more bruising than playing in U.S. television's most-watched event. Among the slapstick offerings in the football championship on Sunday, a dinosaur crushed a caveman, a husband fell through a roof, a doctor appeared to kill a patient, and a man was beaten up by a cell phone. And monkeys are always good for a safe laugh as Internet job search company CareerBuilder.com demonstrated for a...

2006-01-09 22:54:24

By Paul J. Gough NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Despite taking place in a month that also is ripe with Winter Olympic action from Torino, Italy, ABC Sports' Super Bowl coverage appears to be doing well. Sources said the network has sold about 90% of its inventory for the NFL championship game, set for February 5 in Detroit. And though it's never quite accurate to describe the average 30-second Super Bowl spot -- which is often sold in another package -- sources said ABC Sports was...