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Super Bowl XLIV : Tweeters Talk About Your Brand

Kim Kolb - Monday, February 08, 2010
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Super Bowl XLIV brought Tweeters from all over to talk about the Super Bowl ads that were aired.

Mullen, and Radian6, a leader in social media measurement, created BrandBowl2010, a Twitter/Super Bowl experience that combined tweeting, ad reviews and a host of metrics to let viewers generate and view real time ratings of the TV commercials that ran on the big game.

It was determined that there were a total of 98,656 Tweets collected at BrandBowl2010.

This is a perfect example of being part of the conversation and listening to what consumers are saying about your Brand.  I wonder if any of the companies actually were on this Tweetfest last night?  The feedback on all ads had positive and negative results.  

It was amazing to see the amount of tweets.. At times there were over a 1000 updates as once.  It was hard to keep up with them all, but the experience was a great one.

In light of Inbound Marketing being such a great focus right now, last night we experienced OutBound Marketing at its fullest.  How many of us watch the Super Bowl for the Ads?  I am guilty of this since I am not a huge Football fan.  Why do we watch the Commercials if we are so about Inbound Marketing?  For me, knowing what I know about Outbound and Inbound Marketing I do it just to see who spends the most.  Budweiser, from the amount of commercials I think spent the most.  My question is Why?

Pepsi decided this year not to use their money on commercials, instead they decided to use their money on Social Media by starting the Pepsi Refresh Project where they are looking for people, businesses, and non-profits with ideas that will have a positive impact. They have hundreds of people fighting for their cause.  What an impact this is having.

What are your thoughts on the Super Bowl Ads?  Did it persuade you to go out and act on any of the ads?

Better yet, are you going to continue using your marketing dollars on Outbound Marketing or are you going to give Inbound Marketing a try?

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