Our February “Pin of the Month” wraps up our NFL and Super Bowl coverage this month. Building off of our Super Bowl Ad Review, our “Pin of the Month” summarizes the overall impact of Super Bowl ads and which brands got the most out of their investment. The infographic above was created by engagor who measures social customer experiences and engagement.
The numbers from engagor aren’t too surprising, albeit incredibly impressive for the NFL and its Super Bowl ads. Almost two million mentions of Super Bowl ads on Twitter and Facebook – however, note the discrepancy in percentages between the two sites, with Twitter claiming the vast majority of references.
So what brands won and lost during the Super Bowl? McDonald’s and T-Mobile won according to engagor, while Nationwide was largely panned for its (disgusting) ad.
Here are a few other items that caught my eye from the infographic:
- The dominance of mobile over desktop – continuing to display the shift to mobile in our behavior.
- Campaign hashtags were all the rage – but only a couple of brands specifically hit the top of the list – Doritos, Nationwide, and the new Jurassic Park movie.
- Glued to the television, I largely stayed off of social media during the game and had no idea that McDonald’s was essentially live tweeting and commenting on other brand’s ads. Great idea from their social media team.
What brands caught your attention during the Super Bowl? What ads did you particularly like or dislike?
For those unfamiliar with our “Pin of the Month”, every month we post one of the better infographics, pictures, etc. that we find on our Pinterest page and (over-) analyzing it in our “Pin of the Month”. If you have an infographic that you would like to promote here on Shore Branding, just let us know.