Super Bowl Commercials 2012: Leaking Ads Destroys Appeal of Super Sunday
While the actual Super Bowl game is the reason real sports fans watch, the commercials aired during the event are another huge factor in the enjoyment for everyone.
Is Releasing the Ads Before the Super Bowl Stupid?
With millions upon millions of dollars spent on the ads that play during the game, advertisers want to get the biggest bang for their buck. That’s one of the reasons many have taken to releasing the ads before the event or even making ads for their ads.
Confused? Don’t worry. We all are.
Super Bowl commercials these days run about $3.5 million for a 30-second spot, so it's no surprise that companies want to get as much bang as possible out of that many bucks. The latest marketing trend is to develop multi-platform campaigns around the commercials themselves – in effect, they create advertisements to advertise the advertisements.
While the idea of making every dollar count is something that I can get behind 100 percent, the companies are taking much of the allure away from the first time these commercials are shown.
The best part of Super Bowl Sunday is gathering with friends and family—many of whom have no interest in football—in order to have a nice party. While the parties will still go on, fewer and fewer people will attend if there is no reason to tune in besides the football.
What kind of world do we live in when we all can’t sit by the TV and enjoy the Super Bowl together?
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