Super Bowl 2014 may be a way off yet but brands are already confirming their digital strategy for one of the most important weekends in the campaign calendar. One of major advertisers, GoDaddy have confirmed that they are taking a different approach as they feel their core brand's message is being lost in a sea of sexual innuendo. The company, worth $1.3 Billion, is toning down their use of scantily clad women and introducing a more family friendly offering. This and more in today's round up of online video news and views.
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