The best part of being interested in communication and marketing trends? We have a legitimate reason to care about Super Bowl commercials.
We watched. We laughed. We loved. And sometimes, we didn’t really get it.
Now that the Bruno Mars halftime show smoke has cleared (apparently there was a game too, but it wasn’t close), the reviews are in concering the best and worst Super Bowl commercials of 2014. MarketingCharts.com analyzed the social sharing of this year’s ads in the hours after the Super Bowl, one of the many ways advertisers can track the resonance of their ads beyond the 30 seconds they paid for during the game.
Here are the Top 10 performing ads from a social sharing standpoint:
Don’t remember the Budweiser “Puppy Love” ad? Here it is again for your swooning pleasure: