• GoDaddy.com

    The Scoop

    Break the internet? Sure, sounds easy enough.


    This is what GoDaddy asked of WONGDOODY during the pitch process for a potential Super Bowl spot. Except this time, the perennial Super Bowl advertiser wanted to avoid the $5 million price tag and focus solely on taking over the online conversation. 


    Not a weird change, considering GoDaddy has made plenty of changes recently as a company and as a brand. Gone are the days of Danica and scantily clad models. They've created their own website builder (GoCentral) and are now the champions of independent achievement - and they want they world to know.

    The Brief

    Problem

    How do we show people GoDaddy.com is their gateway to achieving independence? 

    Target

    The Side-Hustler: 50% of millennials have a side hustle. Not surprising, considering an unforgiving market and an extra $258 each month on average. But there's more to the side hustle than supplemental income, it's "a hedge against feeling stuck and dull and cheated by life." Not to mention, 52% of side-hustlers actually hope it can become their main hustle someday. A side hustle isn't just something you do, it's the answer to the age-old question, "what do you want to be when you grow up?"

    Insight

    Your side hustle is who you are

    Strategy

    GoDaddy helps your side hustle grow up

    The Idea

    GoHustle

    For 98% of us, there's what we do...and there's what we'd do if we could do anything we wanted. The body's in the cubicle. The heart's in the pottery studio. Or garage. Or food truck.


    Hence, the side hustle - dipping a toe into that dream job. Letting happiness live along the edges of responsibility.


    GoDaddy lives to help this sea of side-hustlers take their dreams up a notch. Get serious. Go legit. With the tools, advice and push they need to create a polished, powerful web presence. And turn that side hustle into something way bigger. A GoHustle.

    Super Bowl Brands

    To take over the conversation around the Big Game, we created GoHustle businesses for perennial Super Bowl advertisers, and we'll tweet after their commercials air to highlight their lesser known dreams. 

    Doritos

    Tweet

    Tweet at Doritos after their spot airs to drive traffic to OrangeTriangleArt.com.

    OrangeTriangleArt.com

    It turns out Doritos chips have an artistic side.

    Budweiser

    Tweet

    Promoted tweet to drive traffic to ItsAClydeParty.biz.

    ItsAClydeParty.biz

    Who knew those horses were such party animals.

    Beyond the Brands

    We'll also share the GoHustles of everyone (and thing) surrounding the Big Game, and announce them in real time as the game plays out.

    Penalty Flags

    Tweet

    Penalty flags aspire to do much more than get thrown around a football field. 

    PetPonchos.com

    The site displays fashionable yellow ponchos that people can actually buy (for appropriate sized pets, of course).

    Punter Sponsorship

    Media Week Teaser

    We'll partner with one of the teams punters who will promote his GoHustle throughout Media Week.

    PuntFit.com

    This GoHustle features P90X-style workout videos of the punter's high-energy, punt-based workout routine.

    And So Much More

    WeHoldYourPole.com

    Yep, even the chain crew is GoHustle-ing!

    MicheleTafoyaReportsEverything.biz

    Reporting talent this special shouldn't be restricted to the sidelines.

    MiraclePeele.biz

    Jordan Peele plugs his own GoHustle on the red carpet.

    GoMommy.com

    For Mother's Day, GoDaddy launches its very own GoHustle: GoMommy.com. GoMommy.com provides tools, advice and encouragement to help busy moms start their own passion-driven ventures.

    WONGDOODY Credits

    Monkey Watson - Creative Director

    Matt McCain - Freelance Copywriter

    Lori Hicks - Associate Strategy Director

    Karrie Gaylord - Freelance Digital Strategist

    Brent Flentje - Assistant Strategist