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  1. How Vine Has Changed the Video Landscape in Just 12 Months

    From the Super Bowl to the Winter Olympics and then the World Cup in Brazil, the opportunity for advertisers to follow the fans and engage in a global conversation is ripe. The most recent post is the Super Bowl Special, which showcased these three...

  2. Visual PR Secrets: Content Power Tips and Social Publishing Trends

    While Oreo had a team (and budget) of designers and brand executives on call during the Super Bowl ready to pull off the landmark tweet "You Can Still Dunk in The Dark" the allure of that tactic could be fading as the #RoyalBaby news tweet seems...

  3. Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning: Brady Searches Top Google, Yahoo

    For the gamblers, “Super Bowl points spread” spiked 591 percent; “2012 Super Bowl ads” were up 432 percent. Tom Brady and Eli Manning will renew their rivalry today in Super Bowl 46. While Manning has the edge in their on-the-field matchups...

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

    I won't be the only one watching ads on Super Bowl Sunday. When asked for which activities, if any, they planned to log onto the Internet on game day, percent said they planned to log on for purposes unrelated to the Super Bowl.percent said they...

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

    Oh, and smart marketers will also use YouTube after the Super Bowl to enable fans of their commercials to post text comments, upload video responses, and embed it in their blogs. And, if you don't think Super Bowl commercials can have fans...

  6. Dallas Cowboys Beat Colts, Saints for Most Searched NFL Team on Bing

    Type the key terms 'Super Bowl XLIV' or 'Super Bowl 2010' directly into the Bing search box. It's Team Romo that won the search bowl - at least on Bing. But I'll throw you a bone, Saints fans - New Orleans was the 5th most searched NFL team on Bing.

  7. GoDaddy Superbowl Ads Under Attack From Morality in Media

    For an advanced look at what GoDaddy.com may have in store for football fans of all ages during this year's Super Bowl game, parents in particular should check out the sexually oriented content that appears on that company's website under the...