2019 Ads [VIDEO]
The Super Bowl is the biggest day of the year for advertisers, and in 2019, it was no different. From big budget commercials to some of the most creative campaigns ever seen, advertising in February 2019 was on another level. With so many brands vying for viewers’ attention, it was important for each commercial to be brand aligned and tell a story that resonates with their target audience.
At Super Bowl LIII, there were over 50 brands that aired commercials during the game.
The top 10 ads that got the most attention included:
- NFL – #NFL100
- Amazon – Not Everything Makes the Cut
- Bud Light – Game of Thrones Joust
- Microsoft – We All Win
- Planters – Always There in Crunch Time
- Pepsi – More than OK
- Walmart – Famous Cars
- Budweiser – Wind Never Felt Better
- Kia – The Great Unknowns
- Verizon – The Coach Who Wouldn’t Be Here
Each of these ads did a great job at staying on-brand while also entertaining viewers and getting their message across in a creative way. For example, the Washington Post’s ad had a very powerful message about democracy and how important it is to stay informed and engaged with current events; Microsoft’s ad focused on how technology can help us all achieve our goals; Budweiser’s ad highlighted their commitment to sustainability; and Amazon showed off its eye for detail when it comes to product quality control. Every single one of these commercials was an effective way for each brand to showcase what they stand for without feeling like an overt advertisement for their products or services.
To watch all of these commercials again or discover new ones from 2019, SuperBowl-Ads.com is a great website to engage with. It has a comprehensive library of every single 2019 Super Bowl commercial as well as archives going back to 1998 so you can revisit some of your favorite campaigns from past years! It also features exclusive interviews with some of the top creative minds behind each commercial so you can get an inside look into how they were made and gain insight into how they were able to make such an impact on viewers during the Big Game!
Overall, this year’s Super Bowl provided us with some truly amazing commercials that stayed on-brand while also being entertaining and memorable enough to make an impression on viewers throughout the entire game! Whether you’re looking for inspiration or just want to relive some of your favorite moments from 2019’s Big Game, SuperBowl-Ads is definitely worth checking out!
2019 Articles / Links Archive
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