The Game of Super Bowl Commercials 2014 / Super Bowl Ads 2014
Super Bowl 2014 is an outstanding event for football fans, sports enthusiasts and especially businesses. At no other time during the year does any business obtain an extensive amount of viewership other than the Super Bowl. The
Super Bowl Commercials 2014 bring entertainment and an opportunity to sell to the largest television audience of the year. The average Super Bowl Commercials 2014 ad cost average is $3.8 million and that will be a serious blow to the advertising budget if a commercial does not entice consumers to purchase the product. The only thing that makes the Super Bowl commercials 2014 different would be “Anticipation”. Everyone expects the commercials to be unique and humorous.
BIG Insight TM asked consumers their opinions about
. 7.3% state that commercials influence him/her to search online for more information 8.4% state that the commercials influence him/her to buy products from the advertisers. 16.9% become more aware of the advertiser’s brand. Only 4.4% state that the commercials bother them. The data reveals the fact that 'Super Bowl Commercials 2014 are worth the money' 8.4% of millions of viewers is money well spent. The million dollar question remains “why don’t consumers watch commercials throughout the rest of the year?” Probably because they don’t believe it is worthy of their time. Viewers understand that this air time is “special”. Super Bowl Commercials 2014 Ads are designed to resonate with the target market. These ads communicate more than just the product trust, loyalty and commitment are key components between the company and its consumer/viewer. A few companies consistently produce high quality, entertaining and effective advertising.
Watch the Super Bowl Commercials 2014 Ads
Some of the advertisers have already released their
Super Bowl Commercials 2014 online to capitalize on advance buzz, or to feature extended versions that won’t be aired on TV. They’re a bit scattered across the web, but you can find most of them.
2014 Super Bowl is streamed live online, through FOX.com and some mobile phone providers.If you live close enough to the U.S. border, you might be able to use an HDTV antenna to pick up a signal from a FOX station in the States, which will naturally feature the full roster of American commercials. As an added bonus, these over-the-air signals are in crystal clear, uncompressed (or at least less-compressed) high-definition.
While some advertisers won’t reveal their commercials before the game, they invariably put them online moments after the ads air on TV. YouTube’s
channel will round up all the commercials after the game is over, and there are even iPhone apps – like the $1.99 Super Ads app - that are updated with new
Super Bowl Commercials 2014
as soon as the ads hit the web. This means you can actually use the commercial breaks during the game for more important things, like fetching beer and going to the bathroom.