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Super Bowl Commercials Go for Heart, Not Just Funny Bone and Jugular

The game plan for the advertising blitz during Super Bowl XLIX was simple: Go straight for the heart. Many of the commercials during NBC’s national broadcast of Sunday’s game sought to tug at viewers’ heart strings rather than make them burst out laughing. The offerings were not devoid of the usual mix of celebrities, animals and slapstick comedy, but ads…

Super Bowl Ads Are Hit for Run Like a Girl, Miss for Nationwide

The Super Bowl ads once again stole the show for many viewers, despite a nail-biting end to the New England Patriots’ win over the Seattle Seahawks. Critics were quick to take to social media to crown winners and losers for this year’s roster of commercials. Here’s a snapshot of who won praise for their ads, which cost as much as…

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The magic of Super Bowl ads is gone forever

Wow, this year’s Super Bowl ads were sure something, eh? That Snickers Brady Bunch/Danny Trejo spot was hilarious, as was the BMW one where former Today co-hosts Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel riffed on their 1994 ignorance of the Internet. Heck, even Kim Kardashian’s T-Mobile spot was amusing. And the NFL’s riveting domestic violence PSA was downright chilling. It’s hard…

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Spot Trender Measures Consumer Response to Super Bowl XLIX Ads in Real Time

For the second year, Spot Trender will be displaying the capabilities of their advertising testing platform during the NFL Super Bowl: American advertising’s biggest stage. Their data will show second-by-second consumer responses to a handful of spots shown during the big game’s coveted commercial breaks. There are over a dozen brands advertising for the first time this year such as…

10 Super Bowl ads you’ll be talking about

Here’s 10 commercials that SuperBowl-Ads.com thinks you’ll be talking about on Monday. Budweiser “Lost Dog” Brewer Anheuser-Busch’s 60-second ad shows a Labrador puppy chasing after the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales that are being moved to a new stable. The tune, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles),” performed by Sleeping performs in the background. The ad is the sequel to last year’s “Best…

"Puppy Love" a 60-second Budweiser spot is about a 10-week-old puppy who keeps escaping his home, makes friends with the Clydesdales on a nearby farm.

YouTube Ad Blitz announces Top 5 Ads of Super Bowl XLVIII (2014)

The winners of “Ad Blitz” are the most popular commercials from votes on YouTube’s Special site. The voters picked these Top Five ads from the 48 ads that were included in their poll. Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” Coca-Cola’s “America is Beautiful” Chrysler “Detroit – Bob Dylan” Duracell “Trust your power” Derrick Coleman Jaguar “British Villains ‘Rendezvous’”

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SuperBowl-Ads.com Top 5 of 2014 (Super Bowl XLVIII)

SuperBowl-Ads.com released it’s annual Top 5 list of Super Bowl commercials. Special thanks go out to all that voted for their favorites! Drumroll please… 1. Budweiser “Puppy Love” 2. Volkswagen “Wings” 3. Audi “Doberhuahua” 4. Chobani “Bear” 5. Radio Shack “Phone Call” Rounding out the top 15 ads of Super Bowl XLVIII (2014) were: Kia ‘Truth” Doritos “Time Machine” Coca-Cola…

Ad Meter’s 5 most overrated Super Bowl XLVIII commercials

Ad Meter’s 5 most overrated Super Bowl XLVIII commercials

This year’s Super Bowl Ad Meter in the books, and the over 6,000 people have spoken. We thought it might be fun to look at the reception the ads received elsewhere, and — using Ad Meter results as our guide — determine whether the outside ad-rating world gave the ads their proper due. First off: five ads that got it…

Study Examines Social Media Impact of Super Bowl XLVIII

Study Examines Social Media Impact of Super Bowl XLVIII

Lambert, Edwards & Associates (LE&A), a top-10 Midwest-based public relations firm, and Infegy, a social media monitoring and analytics firm, teamed up to conduct an in-depth look at the social media impact of Super Bowl 2014. From 12AMCST Feb. 2 – 11:30PMCST Feb. 2 there were more than 39.5 million conversations happening in social media about the Super Bowl. Using…

Rentrak Reports Second-By-Second Results For The Super Bowl

Rentrak Reports Second-By-Second Results For The Super Bowl

Rentrak, the leader in precisely measuring movies and TV everywhere, has produced analysis of Super Bowl XLVIII, which includes advertising exposure levels and social media commentary. According to Rentrak’s Ad Retention Index, which looks at the second-by-second viewing average for commercials compared to the entire program, ad exposure was nearly equal to viewership of the entire game. Results also show…

Budweiser Wins the Hashtag Super Bowl

Dozens of Super Bowl advertisers last night wanted their ads to reverberate on Twitter. But as the triumphant Seattle Seahawks unmercifully showed the Denver Broncos on the playing field in New Jersey, not everyone gets to go home a winner. Twitter buzz is fleeting. Case in point: Maserati’s 90-second commercial was a national trending topic during the first quarter last…

‘Puppy Love’ wins 2014 Super Bowl Ad Meter

Budweiser’s precious puppy has pranced off with the best-of-breed ribbon for Super Bowl commercials. Never mind that it aired with just two minutes left in a dog of a game. For the second consecutive year — and the 12th time in the past 14 years — Anheuser-Busch has earned one the most coveted of U.S. advertising honors, winning USA TODAY’s…

Buzzfeed: The Only Super Bowl Commercials Worth Watching

It wasn’t a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about. 1. The Doritos time machine: 2. McDonalds’ bad lip reading: 3. Bud Light’s epic night out: 4. Toyota’s very muppet road trip: 5. Coca-Cola’s multi-lingual “It’s Beautiful”: 6. Audi’s terrifying and hilarious doberhuahua rampage: 7. Goldieblox’s empowering sing-a-long: 8. T-Mobile and…