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A Giant Meh? for This Year’s Super Bowl Ads

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A Giant Meh? for This Year’s Super Bowl Ads

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Ok, the game itself is not always a crowd pleaser but Super Bowl ads have always been the been the go to for Monday post-game office chatter. Except maybe for this Monday. The game was the lowest scoring in history and that malaise seemed to have spilled over to social's reaction to the ads which were equally underwhelming. Sure, there were a few standouts including Stella Artois bringing out Carrie Bradshaw and The Dude for a victory lap but by and large social media gave the Super Bowl ads a lukewarm meh? Topping the results was Stella Artois which pulled in 78 percent positives, Micorsoft came in second at 73 percent positives, followed by a spendy group in the 60's and high 50's including Google, Hulu, Budweiser, Kia, Pepsi and T Mobile. Bringing up the rear was the Washington Post who took a flier on a position piece which fell flat in social pulling in a paltry 27 percent positives. Given the challenging financial state of publishing these days blowing $5 million for a 30 second spot was perceived by many in social as too partisan, too preachy and too pricey. If Madison Avenue is listening be prepared for puppies and ponies next year.



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