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On Saturday and Sunday, the UK web hosting provider and innovator launches it’d brand new TV advertisement ever. This event marks its first TV spot. In the domain of TV advertising, the web hosting company GoDaddy is the only major league player who got into that marketing in that space.
Greatresponder.com – 2011-09-11 – On Saturday and Sunday, the UK web hosting provider and innovator 1&1 launches it’d brand new TV advertisement ever. This event marks its first TV spot. In the domain of TV advertising, the web hosting company GoDaddy is the only major league player who got into that marketing in that space.
As stated in the press release, this new advertisement are mainly aimed at small business owners and promotes its 1&1 MyWebsite website building application. 1&1 says the ad shows its application “in action”, creating a website in minutes. Last week, 1&1 upgraded MyWebsite to include mobile optimization.
1&1 says the TV ad will be a way to reach the large number of small business owners in the UK, and believes it will “be an ideal way to inspire business owners at a convenient time when they are able to think creatively and about their business development.”
“We appreciate that Britons running their own business, whatever size or type, have to work incredibly hard and are never really ‘off-duty’ – they are always considering how to improve things,” Oliver Mauss, CEO of 1&1 Internet said in a statement. “Our new TV campaign is designed to inspire them by showing just how quickly and easily MyWebsite can deliver a great looking, effective website.”
The web hosting company claims that its almost $50 million TV campaign will involve ads in the US, UK, Spain, Germany, Austria and Poland.
The UK ads were created by the advertising agency Jung von Matt/Elbe GmbH based in Hamburg, Germany, according to the press release.
As stated in the press release, this new ad will now be airing in the UK during primetime, according to the press release.
Go Daddy web hosting and domain registrar giant has sold a major piece to a business group of private equity for around $2.5 billion USD. As reported just week ago, the group is led by KKR & Company, Silver Lake Technology Crossover Ventures and will assume all of Go Daddy Inc.’s debt as well as its assets.
Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-04 – Go Daddy web hosting and domain registrar giant has sold a major piece to a business group of private equity for around $2.5 billion USD. As reported just week ago, the group is led by KKR & Company, Silver Lake Technology Crossover Ventures and will assume all of Go Daddy Inc.’s debt as well as its assets.
As the world bigest domain registrar company, GoDaddy have over 9.4 million customers and manages over than 48 million domain names in different domain zones. Despite such impressive stats, Go Daddy web hosting and domain registrar has reported consecutive annual losses with very small growth only during the latest fiscal year.
For at least the time being, current CEO and President mr. Robert Parsons will remain in that position, and has stated the company’s plans to expand its offerings by increasing its international presence and moving its hosting solutions into the cloud based infrastructure. Mr. Parsons founded Go Daddy web hosting company in 1997 year and in 2006 failed in his attempt to go public, citing poor market conditions when withdrawing its IPO.
Whether this acquisition is considered an investment or a purchase, mr. Parsons is reported to remain GoDaddy’s biggest single shareholder while the new private equity group of companies becomes the biggest corporative investor.
Silver Lake has a great experience of flipping and growing different Internet companies, with the sale of Skype communicator for around $8.5 billion to Microsoft Corporation, after purchasing it from EBay corporation several years ago for only $2 billion. KKR and Silver Lake are familiar partners with their 2005 group investment of Avago Technologies, while TCV leads a group of firms that has invested a reported $135 million in Facebook. Silver Lake and TCV are co-investors in the leading daily deal site Groupon and the social gaming company Zynga.
In conclusion we just want to note that $2.5 billion USD is a biggest investment for hosting company ever made before.