Super Bowl XLV: Advertising’s Winners and Losers

Share Article

Wpromote, Inc.- Online Ad Agency & Search Marketing Firm Provides Super Bowl XLV Ad Stats

Doritos Super Bowl XLV Winning Spot

Do you remember who won Super Bowl XXIX? Yeah, neither do I. But do you remember the Budweiser commercial that launched that same year, starring three frogs “Bud” “Weis” and “Er”? I bet you do!” said Maria Sass, of Wpromote.

This past Super Bowl Sunday, Wpromote, Inc., online ad agency and #1 search marketing firm globally, opted not to pay much attention to the big game, and decided to focus on who they consider to be the true stars of Super Bowl Sunday: the advertisements. They then populated nearly every statistic one could possibly imagine about this year’s Super Bowl ads (and even some you might never wonder) in the form of an “infographic”: a visual representation of information, data, or knowledge, which has recently become a popular online marketing tool.

“The Super Bowl is the single most viewed sporting event in the United States. Every year the top two teams in the NFL collide for the rights to hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy and be anointed Champions. That being said, do you remember who won Super Bowl XXIX? Yeah, neither do I. But do you remember the Budweiser commercial that launched that same year, starring three frogs “Bud” “Weis” and “Er”? I would bet that you do.” said Maria Sass, PR Manager at Wpromote.

Statistics gathered from Sunday’s game include “Biggest Advertisers” by industry (in which case, the automotive industry takes home the trophy), celebrity endorsements, and then some things that might not cross consumer’s minds. For example, “If you ate one of each food mentioned during the Super Bowl commercial spots, what would the total calorie count be?” Staying true to Wpromote roots and services, online advertising and social media stats were also included. It showed that BMW gained 14,470 fans as a result of the Super Bowl, which is the most out of any of the advertisers, and 12 ads sent viewers to their brand’s Facebook fan page, where as only three mentioned Twitter.

As Super Bowl XLV was the most watched program in television history, it is fair to say that the Green Bay Packers, FOX Sports’ network, and all advertisers, are this years Super Bowl winners. To view all stats contained in the infographic, visit: Wpromote.com/superbowl

About Wpromote

Wpromote is an award-winning online advertising firm headquartered in El Segundo, CA. Founded in 2001 by Michael Mothner, Wpromote has helped over 35,000 clients grow their businesses online through PPC Management, SEO, Social Media, Conversion Optimization and more. Wpromote is the world’s #1 ranked search engine marketing firm by TopSEOs.com and a four-time Inc 500|5000 honoree, which ranks the fastest growing private companies in the country.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Maria Sass
Wpromote
(310) 341-4851
Email >
Visit website