2014 Ads [VIDEO]
Super Bowl advertising has become a huge industry in the United States, with advertisers spending millions of dollars on airtime during the big game. The 2014 Super Bowl was no exception, with companies across the country vying for a spot in the commercial break. But what makes Super Bowl advertising so successful? The answer lies in brand alignment and engagement.
Brand alignment is essential for any successful ad campaign, and this is especially true for Super Bowl ads. Companies must ensure that their ads are in line with their brand’s identity and values, and that they are tailored to appeal to the target audience. Ads for the 2014 Super Bowl were no exception, with companies such as Budweiser, Dannon, and Audi using the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to quality, innovation and customer service.
Engagement is also an important factor when it comes to Super Bowl advertising. Companies must ensure that their ads connect with viewers on an emotional level, creating an impact that will linger long after the game has ended. The 2014 Super Bowl saw a number of companies leveraging this concept to great effect, with Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” ad becoming one of the most talked-about commercials of the year.
For those who want to experience these ads all over again or explore some of the other commercials from 2014, there is no better place than SuperBowl-Ads.com. This website provides a comprehensive collection of all the 2014 Super Bowl ads, allowing viewers to get an up-close look at each one and gain insight into how each company used this opportunity to promote their brand.
Here are some of the top 10 commercials from February 2014:
Whether you’re looking for inspiration or simply want to relive some classic moments from February 2014’s commercials break, there’s no better way than through SuperBowl-Ads.com!
2014 Link/Article Archive
The winners of “Ad Blitz” are the most popular commercials from votes on YouTube’s Special site. The voters picked these Top Five ads from the 48 ads that were included in their poll. Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” Coca-Cola’s “America is Beautiful” Chrysler “Detroit – Bob Dylan” Duracell “Trust your power” Derrick Coleman Jaguar “British Villains ‘Rendezvous’”
SuperBowl-Ads.com released it’s annual Top 5 list of Super Bowl commercials. Special thanks go out to all that voted for their favorites! Drumroll please… 1. Budweiser “Puppy Love”2. Volkswagen “Wings”3. Audi “Doberhuahua”4. Chobani “Bear”5. Radio Shack “Phone Call” Rounding out the top 15 ads of Super Bowl XLVIII (2014) were: Kia ‘Truth”Doritos “Time Machine”Coca-Cola “America […]
This year’s Super Bowl Ad Meter in the books, and the over 6,000 people have spoken. We thought it might be fun to look at the reception the ads received elsewhere, and — using Ad Meter results as our guide — determine whether the outside ad-rating world gave the ads their proper due. First off: […]
12th Annual TiVo Report Also Finds Blow Out Game Did Not Prevent 4th Quarter Ads From Hitting Home; Halftime Ratings Exceeded the Overall Game Rating for the 4th Year in a Row Bud Light’s “Puppy Love” Was the Top Traditional Commercial Doritos Ranks in the Top 5 for 8th Year in a Row TiVo Research […]
Lambert, Edwards & Associates (LE&A), a top-10 Midwest-based public relations firm, and Infegy, a social media monitoring and analytics firm, teamed up to conduct an in-depth look at the social media impact of Super Bowl 2014. From 12AMCST Feb. 2 – 11:30PMCST Feb. 2 there were more than 39.5 million conversations happening in social media […]
Rentrak, the leader in precisely measuring movies and TV everywhere, has produced analysis of Super Bowl XLVIII, which includes advertising exposure levels and social media commentary. According to Rentrak’s Ad Retention Index, which looks at the second-by-second viewing average for commercials compared to the entire program, ad exposure was nearly equal to viewership of the […]
Dozens of Super Bowl advertisers last night wanted their ads to reverberate on Twitter. But as the triumphant Seattle Seahawks unmercifully showed the Denver Broncos on the playing field in New Jersey, not everyone gets to go home a winner. Twitter buzz is fleeting. Case in point: Maserati’s 90-second commercial was a national trending topic […]
An epic 2 Minute Halftime Commercial written and directed by Jamie Casino. The spot features Jamie’s brother Michael who was gunned down with his friend on Labor Day 2012. The story reveals how Savannah’s Chief of Police, Willie Lovett, deceived the citizens of Savannah after four homicides took place Labor Day weekend. Jamie Casino, a personal injury attorney with a large practice based in Savannah, GA created the ad to set the record straight in the Biggest Game of the Year, Super Bowl XLVIII.
Fans turned MetLife Stadium into a mass of orange, blue and green on Super Sunday, but the color that really stood out in Super Bowl XLVIII was … yellow. Today, Mars Chocolate North America unveiled another MVP-caliber Super Bowl commercial for M&M’S® Brand that shined a spotlight on M&M’S® Peanut – and confirmed its beloved […]
PepsiCo’s Doritos brand today awarded $1 million (U.S.) to one talented winner from Scottsdale, Ariz., for creating the best homemade Doritos ad in the brand’s global “Crash the Super Bowl” contest. Ryan Andersen, creator of “Time Machine,” received the most fan votes on www.doritos.com to edge out Amber Gill from Ladera Ranch, Calif., whose ad […]
Budweiser’s precious puppy has pranced off with the best-of-breed ribbon for Super Bowl commercials. Never mind that it aired with just two minutes left in a dog of a game. For the second consecutive year — and the 12th time in the past 14 years — Anheuser-Busch has earned one the most coveted of U.S. […]
It wasn’t a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about. 1. The Doritos time machine: 2. McDonalds’ bad lip reading: 3. Bud Light’s epic night out: 4. Toyota’s very muppet road trip: 5. Coca-Cola’s multi-lingual “It’s Beautiful”: 6. Audi’s terrifying and hilarious doberhuahua rampage: 7. Goldieblox’s […]
CLEAR WINNERS Volkswagen: German engineers sprouting wings each time one of their cars hits 100,000 miles — including wings of varying sizes in the men’s room? Genius. Chevy: The company’s spot about World Cancer Day was just beautiful — haunting, touching, a little movie, played out in 30 seconds. Hyundai Genesis: Who can’t relate to […]
You’re a small agency and you’ve caught a huge break — you’ve been tapped to create a Super Bowl spot. How much does that affect your culture? Pretty radically, say shops that have been through it. It can give an agency instant credibility, but it can also add a lot of stress in trying to […]
The Comedy Central host made his big Super Bowl debut on Feb. 2 and as usual he had everyone on the floor laughing! The best part had to be when his head turned into a nut Read More at hollywoodlife.com
Who knew a Coke commercial could cause such an uproar? Coca-Cola aired a Super Bowl commercial titled “It’s Beautiful,” with a simple premise: scenes from American life (families, pool parties, road trips, what have you) with “America the Beautiful” playing in the background. The twist? The patriotic tune was sung in different languages. The uproar […]
According to the Denver Post these ads were most effective. (unlike the Denver offense) Budweiser “Puppy Love” A Lab puppy falls in love with a Clydesdale, to the tune of “Let Her Go” by Passenger. When the puppy is sold, the horse jumps the fence to run after the beloved pup. Reunited, they’re “Bestbuds.” From […]
The product: Budweiser The premise: One farm is for the Budweiser Clydesdales; the other is for puppies. When two of them become pals, fences can’t keep them apart. This continues the story of last year’s Budweiser commercial, which featured an interspecies friendship between a Clydesdale and the trainer who raised him from infancy. The punch […]
The Super Bowl 2014 ads started slow — just like the Denver Broncos offense — and never got better. Last year I had a difficult time picking my Top 5 Best Super Bowl commercials compared to the Top 5 Worst. This year it’s pretty obvious. And I might have to create a new category: Top […]
The stars of Super Bowl XLVIII may nominally have been the Seattle Seahawks’ stunning defense (and maybe Bruno Mars) — but in between the play, the game’s most celebrated faces may well have been those of the one-time stars of some favorite sitcoms of the ’80s and ’90s. From “Full House” to “Seinfeld,” “Alf” to […]
Fox Sports made these choices for their 10 coolest ads. See if you agree. Coca-Cola: America the Beautiful The soft-drink kingpin really went for it with this one. A beautifully strung together collage of images and languages displaying the full diversity of the country. A bold idea and a poetic execution. Budweiser: Coming Home Showing […]
Entertainment Weekly chose their best and worst commercials of the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII. Read and see if you agree. This was not the best Super Bowl for commercials (or football)! You know it’s an off year when two of the most memorable spots involve Greek yogurt. BEST Radio Shack, “The Phone Call” Cheerios, “Gracie” […]
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Ford Motor Co. is aiming to get out ahead of rival automakers on Super Bowl Sunday with a spot featuring actor James Franco that will break after the coin toss but before the kickoff.
Check out the Jack In The Box ad during the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII featuring the Bacon Insider and discover a creature called a “Bork” (pig-cow mash up).
Super Bowl ads are getting weird. Doritos “Finger Cleaner.” Audi’s “Doberhuaha,” a Chihuahua with the oversized head of Doberman. Because nothing covers up the odious like Axe, a funny body spray ad that echoes Vietnam War atrocities. Blame the internet. The pressure to make a big game commercial that goes viral is pushing advertisers into […]
It’s a quarterback sneak. In a surprise move, T-Mobile will announce Friday that former New York Jets Quarterback Tim Tebow will star in two of its Super Bowl XLVIII ads. In these two 30-second commercials, he takes a comic turn with wild, zany roles, all poking fun at the fact that he doesn’t have a […]
Those bingo ladies never stood a chance against the rocking power of Electric Mayhem and their all-new Toyota Highlander. Hear the full song before The Super Bowl ad airs.
Once there was a girl who was hungry for her perfect music to dance to…
Ellen goes in search of music that’s just right for her and finds it, thanks to Beats Music.
For the first time in 16 years, Heinz is back in the Super Bowl with a commercial that highlights the undeniable link between Heinz Tomato Ketchup and happiness in a fun and familiar way.
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Cheerios’ first ever Super Bowl ad will star the same interracial family that sparked an online firestorm when the cereal brand included it in an ad this past May.
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2014 Kia Super Bowl ad – An unsuspecting couple meets Morpheus at a valet stand. He presents them with two choices: a red key or a blue key. Should they choose wisely, they’ll never look at luxury—or Kia—the same again.