How Did Superbowl Ads Use Social Media?

by • February 2, 2015 • Experts TalkComments Off on How Did Superbowl Ads Use Social Media?4635

Superbowl is the event of the year for marketing professionals, especially for brands that are part of it through impressive ads. As a widely discussed event, you know that you need to take advantage of every single second of your ad, in order to increase your reach, your engagement, or any specific promotion of a service.

Also Read: Facebook Joins Super Bowl Frenzy

Thus, social media could not be ignored in advertising, especially when they claim an even larger piece of the ad chart year by year.

How Many Ads Mentioned A Social Network?

According to MarketingLand, 50% of the ads, 28 in total, used a hashtag, with 8 of them mentioning a social network and 25 of them adding a URL.

Superbowl social media scoreboard

If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:

Facebook was the social winner, with 4 mentions in total, while Twitter had 3 and Snapchat 1, its first mention in Superbowl ad.

As a reminder, 57% of the ads featured a hashtag last year, which means that there was a slight drop this year.

If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:

Is There A Decline In Social Mentions?

No, just because advertisers used slightly less the hashtags this year, doesn’t mean that social media are still not a huge part of their campaigns. On the contrary, they know that users are becoming more social savvy year-by-year, which means that they are spreading the news on their own, talking about what captures their attention anyway on their social networks.

Even if you didn’t watch the Superbowl or the ads, you must have noticed a trending topic, or a hashtag right?
(Yes, even Katy Perry’s performance counts!)

Related Stories:

Did you like this post? Subscribe to our Newsletter!

We don't spam, we will just send you a daily email with the best of our posts.




Comments are closed.