10 Super Bowl Ad Campaigns That Rocked Social Media

GoDaddy's Big Idea Campaign In past years, GoDaddy has had campaigns that make you stop and think, "What does this have to do with GoDaddy?" or even "What does GoDaddy even do?" But this year, they've taken a different approach. Their Super Bowl commercial is only a small part of a much larger campaign. The commercial brings you to a website that lets you search for your next Big Idea . Then you can search for an available URL and find out instantly if it is available. If it isn't available, they give you a list of other options to consider. Why does this work? Unlike other years, GoDaddy's campaign specifically relates to their business model. The website makes it easy for them to find out what idea they can turn into a business. Additionally, their social media profiles are constantly using the hashtag #YourBigIdea to encourage promotion of the campaign but also others to discuss their ideas with each other using the hashtag. Budweiser's Rescue Dog Campaign Some of the most popular alcohol commercials include the Super Bowl Budweiser commercials. They have been funny, they have used sex appeal, but this year they are going to tug on your heart strings a bit (while still being funny). Budweiser has partnered with Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation in their latest Super Bowl commercial. What the commercial doesn't tell you is that Budweiser is having a marketing campaign that goes far beyond the Super Bowl commercial. <br>Source: http://www.adrants.com/2013/02/10-super-bowl-ad-campaigns-that-rocked.php<br><br>

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