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.
In this multi-channel, increasingly mobile world, marketers would be smart to incorporate video into their strategies.
The automotive industry is extremely well positioned to engage consumers through mobile video advertising.
Some of the big game's big ads tried to be inspirational, some focused on doom and gloom, and some used digital interactivity to bring the commercials beyond television.
Brands can reach consumers during the Super Bowl with real-time video ads on Facebook and through Twitter war rooms. And with a shoppable halftime show, Pepsi is taking it to the next level.
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, so ClickZ is taking a peek at some of the ads from staples like Anheuser-Busch and Coca-Cola, as well as newcomers such as Skittles and NOMORE.org.
Saatchi & Saatchi LA president Chuck Maguy recently sat down with ClickZ to discuss everything from emotional connections through storytelling to in-house programmatic buying.
Toyota has customized its December sales campaign by using Twitter's targeting capabilities to address customers by their first names in its new ads.
Between interactive sponsored features on websites and the rise of the Visual Web, interactive native ads are poised to make big moves in the digital marketing space.
In its latest effort to connect listeners and advertisers, Internet radio service Pandora has launched promoted stations with brands like Taco Bell, Skechers, and Toyota.