Super Bowl Twitter Lists For Your Game Day Second Screen
Don’t worry about whether to follow #SuperBowlXLVII, #SuperBowl48, #SuperBowl2014, #SB48 or some other hashtag creation—we’ve gathered the best Super Bowl Twitter lists to help you stay on top of the action on the ground, and on the turf.
Follow the Bronco players with this Twitter list.
Follow the Seahawks players with this Twitter List.
We’ve built a Twitter list full of Seahawks and Broncos reporters who will be covering the big game. If you’re looking for the most up-to-date Super Bowl information, these are the Twitter accounts to follow. Find that list here.
You can’t talk about the Super Bowl without talking about ads and commercials. We’ve already seen a blossoming friendship between a dog and a horse, and we know that the Full House guys have reunited, but there is going to be a lot more ad talk throughout the day on Sunday.
Our friends at Marketing Land have put together a helpful list of 48 Super Bowl advertisers. These include AXE, Doritos, Pepsi, Cheerios and Toyota, to name a few of the brands that will be spending big bucks for 30 seconds of your time. You can bet that most of the advertisers will incorporate social media into their campaigns, and you can easily follow along with the help of this list.
HootSuite has also partnered up with Marketing Land to bring you the Third Annual #Hashtag Bowl. They’ll be tracking how social networks compare to each other in Super Bowl ad mentions. Find out more here.