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The Merc: A convergence of factors – the near-religious fervor in which Americans identify with, and talk about, their favorite products …

… the mass appeal of online communication and the buzz factor tied to Super Bowl ads – has led marketing experts to focus more closely on what consumers are writing in blogs and on other Web forums.

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““It’s like meta commentary,” observed Adam Hanft, a marketing and branding expert who is chief executive of Hanft Unlimited in New York City.

A well-read blog gives its creator, or those who post opinions on it, a global audience. “Suddenly, instead of an audience of just a couple of colleagues, someone can have an audience of tens of thousands,” said Jonathan Carson, president and chief executive of BuzzMetrics, a word-of-mouth research company in New York.

The Super Bowl, in a sense, becomes the ultimate buzz-platform, said Tim Calkins, a marketing professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.”

Steve Rubel is a PR strategist with nearly 16 years of public relations, marketing, journalism and communications experience. He currently serves as a Senior Vice President with Edelman, the largest independent global PR firm.

He authors the Micro Persuasion weblog, which tracks how blogs and participatory journalism are changing the public relations practice.

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