Super Bowl Ads

  • Which 2017 Super Bowl Ads Won Video Marketing’s Big Game?

    … Sports fans know who won Super Bowl 2017. It was the New England Patriots, who overcame a 25-point deficit in the third quarter to beat the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 34 to 28 in overtime. But, a week later, video marketers aren’t really sure which of the 2017 Super Bowl ads won the big game. Why? Well, the outcome kinda, sorta depends…

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  • What Will the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB Do Now That Vine Has Gone?

    … Okay, so everyone knows the Big Game in the NFL, Super Bowl LI, was just held on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017. But, only hockey fanatics know that the NHL All-Star Game was held back on Sunday, Jan. 29. Meanwhile over in MLB, baseball junkies like me know that pitchers and catchers don’t report for spring training until Sunday, Feb. 12. And hoop fans…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Twitter YouTube- 20 readers -
  • Super Bowl Commercials Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg in Video Advertising

    … an exceptional video before everyone else is their social network. This explains why so many Super Bowl advertisers upload their digital video ads weeks BEFORE the Big Game. Understanding the social dynamics that occur whenever you invite a group of friends, family, or colleagues to come to a party to watch a tent-pole event on your big screen TV…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin YouTube- 25 readers -
  • Super Bowl 2016 Video Marketing Leads to a Brand Lift Buzz

    … A number of organizations announced which Super Bowl 50 ad had “won” this year less than 24 hours after the “Big Game” ended on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Why the rush to judgement? Well, as the chart below illustrates, the Monday after the Super Bowl is when views spike for Super Bowl Commercials. But video marketers know that the competition…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Google Facebook YouTube- 36 readers -
  • Should Livestreams Become the New Super Bowl Commercial?

    … the basic 30-second ad, either. For last year’s Super Bowl, Squarespace launched a literal album of soothing sleep-time tracks, featuring the sound of Jeff Bridges’s voice. All of the proceeds from album sales went to the charity No Kid Hungry. While we won’t know how it turns out until the livestream airs, all signs points to “awesome marketing…

    Amanda Walgrove/ The Content Strategist- 21 readers -
  • Don’t block me bro: Internet ad blocking takes hold

    … on Stitcher Resources mentioned in this podcast episode: Scott Monty and article in Mother Jones article about McDonalds Love campaign Lee Odden and the TopRank blog AdAge article on the resurgence of SEO Jay Baer’s Youtility: Why Smart Marketing Is about Help Not Hype Infinite Dial research Please support our extraordinary sponsors. Our…

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  • Social Media in the workplace. Who needs it?

    … podcast this week. We also have a lively discussion of the best and worst Super Bowl ads … and we have some pretty divergent views! Ready to listen to another awesome adventure with The Marketing Companion? Let’s do this! Other Ways to Listen to this Podcast: Click on this link to listen to Episode 42 Click here to download the latest episode…

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  • A Belated, Catty Analysis of Sunday’s Super Bowl Ads

    …Best storytelling: Budweiser, “Lost Dog” Puppy ads are the “gimme” of Super Bowl commercialdom, but this one—the story of an unabashedly precious little dog being saved from a big, bad wolf by noble Clydesdales—is like Homeward Bound in 60 seconds. Most… what?: Bud Light, “Real-Life Pac-Man” The #UpForWhatever actor’s last words in this real…

    Kieran Dahl/ The Content Strategistin Content- 39 readers -
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