the improving advertising-related statistics of the Super Bowl, one may stand out when it comes to its lackluster results: sharing of content, TV and ads.
There was only a 1% rise in the
overall sharing of Super Bowl content versus the 2013 event, per AddThis, a company that regularly measures activity across the Web and consumer interactions.
That said, it notes that some
individual social media players/platforms that fostered that sharing of content -- TV and other content -- had strong growth: Sharing on mobile devices was up 67% versus the 2013 event; Facebook
activity grew 42.9%; and Pinterest added on 7% versus the last Super Bowl Sunday.
The best individual engagement went to big-time, movie-trailer-like commercials -- with major movie
performers in those spots -- from three automakers. Maserati had a 65 times rise in social media engagement; Kia, 61 times; and Jaguar, 53 times. The new Maserati ad also bested all auto advertisers
by 2.4 times, compared with the previous six Sundays.
Butterfinger had some 12 times results, beating Chobani’s 11.8 times results, for the largest social lift among food brands.
Content about the Budweiser and Bud Light ads generated the best results on Facebook throughout Sunday.