The Super Bowl is the mecca of all holidays for me. OK, so it's not an actual holiday, but you couldn't drag me out of my house kicking and screaming if the Super Bowl is on TV.
It's also the mecca of all days for networking company NBC, owned by Comcast
All of the usuals will be out in force this year, with Coca-Cola
Facebook and Twitter are counting on users to go online and check in before, during, and after the game with reviews of their favorite commercials. Knowing this, many well-known brands will be utilizing consumers' social media addiction and putting their ads to work on these social avenues. Coca-Cola plans on using its iconic digital polar bears in its ads and on Facebook and Twitter following the game. General Motors
Similarly, YouTube, which is owned by Google
Even Pandora Media
Needless to say, this Sunday will be remarkable for two reasons. For one, it will mark the first time social media has really dominated the advertising landscape. It really puts into perspective just how the scope of advertising could change over the next decade. Secondly, it will test American's true love of football ... didn't we already see the Patriots vs. the Giants just two years ago? Either way, it pays to take notice that Facebook and Twitter and quickly integrating themselves into the advertising campaigns of multiple sectors, and it's a trend worth watching in the coming years.
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