The commercials of the Super Bowl for the year 2022 are out now. viewers can watch all of the ads that aired on Sunday.
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The Los Angeles Rams came out victorious against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56. The current year’s NFL championship game was expected to draw a larger audience than the previous year. If that comes to pass, it will be good news for advertisers like Budweiser, Taco Bell, Cheetos, General Motors, and more that are all back at the big game this year.
These Super Bowl veterans will be connected by a number of first-timers which includes travel sites like booking.com; cryptocurrency exchanges coinbase global, FTX, and Crypto.com; and health and wellness companies like COVID-19 provider Cue health and connected fitness equipment company Tonal.
Highlights from Super Bowl
- Eugene Levy gets a makeover in Nissan’s First Super Bowl ad in 7 years.
- Few companies made a debut this year when compared to the previous year.
- Cryptocurrency exchange FTX takes aim at skeptics.
- ‘If you love me ‘ is a debut song by Lizzo in Google’s pixel ad.
- Countbase’s bouncing QR code spot appears to crashed its app.
- A ‘Sopranos’ reboot promotes Chevy’s Silverado.
- Bud light Next incorporates NFT’S and the Metaverse in its introductory ad
Advertising analytics company is also known as EDO named Polestar’s Commercial as the top-performing as of the Super Bowl. The spot presented the consumers to the electric vehicle company and thrust out from the crowd for taking shots at all other car firms and forgoing celebrities.
The analytics firm traces brand and product searches and sales when ads air to set on commercial value. CEO Kevin Krim also stated on CNBC’S “Squawk Box” that the average super bowl ad can generate four times more engagement than a traditional commercial.
On the other side, Procter and Gamble’s honest shaving ad for its Gillette Labs razor with exfoliating bar fell flat, according to EDO.
Krim also stated that “It just felt like an everyday ad, not a Super Bowl ad.”
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