How was Super Bowl 50 for advertisers? Hyundai and Doritos dominated the USA Today Ad Meter, while medicinal brands grossed us out.
Tim Perell, founder and CEO of Process, answers questions about the company's innovative brand storytelling strategy, as exemplified via the video content produced for Adidas and Audi.
Looking at 50 major brands in various industries, Victoria's Secret was the only one to score top marks across all eight social media platforms analyzed by Spredfast.
Captain America and Iron Man tweet to promote "The Avengers" release, while other brands like Krispy Kreme, Mattel, and NFL celebrate the unofficial #NationalSuperheroDay on Twitter.
Post-tournament research found that McDonald's was the most-consumed brand, while luxury automakers like Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz saw more brand lift than during the Super Bowl.
Honda's luxury division features a Tumblr playlist, with each song's tempo corresponding with a gear on the ILX, the kind of entry-level luxury car that's popular among Millennials.
As consumers become more and more fluent in the nuances of different social media platforms, brands are tasked to tailor their content marketing efforts to adhere to the "zeitgeist" of each social platform.
A recent announcement from Chevrolet about built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi furthers the availability of in-car functionality, which could bring opportunities for advertisers and allow marketers to eventually deliver much more targeted experiences by tapping into additional driver details.
Highlights of the week leading up to the Super Bowl include: early releases, censorship, live fan auditions, and even a promise from one advertiser to see a woman quit her job in front of millions.