Super Bowl Ads

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

    … enormous amounts of time trying to understand, analyze and explain the differences between Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, Pandora, YouTube and the dozens of different viewability standards claimed to be right metric for each platform.” He added, “Think about that for a moment. It would be like each NFL football team having…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Social Facebook YouTube- 15 readers -
  • What Will the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB Do Now That Vine Has Gone?

    … before reporting which Big Game commercials generated the most buzz, word-of-mouth (WOM), or purchase consideration. And Tubular Labs also waits at least 3 days before reporting which Super Bowl ads that were unveiled during the Big Game got the most views or highest engagement rates. So, what should I write about today? Well, I told my editor in chief…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Twitter YouTube- 15 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- 20 readers -
  • Super Bowl 2016 Video Marketing Leads to a Brand Lift Buzz

    … online starts more than a week before kickoff and it continues more than a week after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is handed out. That’s why I’ve waited until now to declare which Super Bowl 50 ad won this year. Super Bowl 2016 Ads Distributed via YouTube and Facebook (Data via Tubular Labs) Super Bowl 2016 Video Views: YouTube Now, there are a variety…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Google Facebook YouTube- 34 readers -
  • Should Livestreams Become the New Super Bowl Commercial?

    … Super Bowl 50 is just a few days away, and the viral commercials are already hitting the Internet—from Skittles’ terrifying portrait of Steven Tyler to Heinz’s adorable dachshund stampede. But among the chaos of these 30-second spots, one brand is bringing something completely fresh to the Big Game’s ad frenzy. Squarespace, a website building…

    Amanda Walgrove/ The Content Strategist- 20 readers -
  • Don’t block me bro: Internet ad blocking takes hold

    … with this? Where is the reaction from businesses? We propose that no less than the future of content on the Internet is at stake. An advertising victory or disaster? McDonald’s is having problems executing on the “Love” campaign introduced during the Super Bowl. When they actually introduce the idea to customers, it might put them on the spot…

    {grow}in SEO- 8 readers -
  • Social Media in the workplace. Who needs it?

    … over possible legislation in the state of South Carolina banning the use of social media in the workplace. Outrageous you say? Unheard of? Dystopian? You might be surprised to know I agree with the legislation, and after Tom Webster heard my argument, he changed his mind and agreed, too. Luckily, we have the whole conversation recorded on our…

    {grow}in Social- 14 readers -
  • 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- 37 readers -
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