As it turns out, when a beautiful supermodel kisses a computer geek, big sales follow.
On Tuesday, GoDaddy revealed that the Monday following the Super Bowl was the biggest sales day in the history of the company.
- Hosting sales jumped 45%.
Not only did GoDaddy reportedly profit from the Super Bowl ad, but Heiman has also had a burst of success following his make-out session with Refaeli.
"I’ve actually had guys tweet me that they wish they were me, and girls tweet me saying they wish they were Bar," the GoDaddy nerd-turned-sex symbol told TMZ. "I have girls run up to me and take pictures with me, tweet me for dates.”
His career also received a boost. "There are lots of inquiries coming in to my agent and manager, their phone has been ringing off the hook, but they are really letting me enjoy the moment right now.”
The kissing ad, by Deutsch in New York and director Mike Maguire of Biscuit Filmworks, is part of GoDaddy's new "Smart Meets Sexy" campaign, according to AdWeek.
Refaeli and Heiman did 45 takes of the kiss, GoDaddy told AdWeek. Two other versions of the ad were rejected by CBS for being indecent.
Despite the buzz surrounding the ad, GoDaddy's "Perfect Match" scored lowest on USA Today's Super Bowl Ad Meter. The ad was rated a measly 3.30 out of 10 by USA Today panelists.