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  1. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    I was watching the Super Bowl (#GoHawks) when my wife asked me about hashtags. Following the Super Bowl, Esurance ran an ad promoting the hashtag #esurancesave30. Leading to the Super Bowl, the NFL and Verizon created a campaign to allow fans to...

  2. Yahoo CEO Bartz Survives the 2011 Shareholder Meeting

    The company will be focusing on major events, such as the Super Bowl or Royal Wedding, which have proven successful for the company in the past. Bringing Carol Bartz on board as Yahoo's CEO in 2009 was meant to be part of a major turnaround for the...

  3. Social Has Crossed the Marketing Budget Chasm; Will It Drown Search?

    For example, Pepsi opted to use a social media campaign in lieu of a Super Bowl ad last year for the first time in 23 years. A year ago, CompTIA released a study showing that small and medium-sized businesses are becoming some of the fastest...

  4. Will Google run a Super Bowl commercial in the third quarter?

    According to a variety of sources, Google plans to run a Super Bowl commercial in the third quarter to today's big game. According to brand new research from comScore, which was released yesterday, two-thirds of respondents said that they intended...

  5. Super Bowl 2010 commercials featured (again) on YouTube AdBlitz

    Would marketers be smarter to take the money they'll spend on Super Bowl 2010 commercials and use it to by YouTube ads instead? Smart marketers are using YouTube to get more bang for their Super Bowl buck," said Zamost.

  6. 170 million Americans watched 30 billion online videos in November

    According to an article by Johnny Diaz in The Boston Globe entitled, "Sitting this one out," the 2009 Super Bowl was the most watched game ever, with 98.7 million total viewers tuned in to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Arizona Cardinals...

  7. 120.5 million viewers watched nearly 10 billion videos on YouTube in August 2009

    With 161 million Americans watching an average of 9.7 hours of online video during August 2009, marketers can reach more viewers than the 151.6 million Americans who watched Super Bowl XLIII, which reached the largest television audience in U.S...

  8. Hulu Grows 490% in 1 Year, According to Nielsen

    Super Bowl Ad Creates Spike in Activity at Hulu in February Hulu has seen explosive growth since its launch last year, according to data from Nielsen Online. The online video site, which features television programming, grew a whopping 490% year...

  9. SearchDay | Getting Closer to Mobile Local Search's Day

    Super Bowl Ad Creates Spike in Activity at Hulu in February Posted by Greg Jarboe Mar 23, 2009 Okay, so maybe Super Bowl ads still work. Hulu saw a significant spike in activity after it aired an ad during this year's Super Bowl, "which both...