So, were you wondering which of last night’s Super Bowl ads got the most buzz on social media? Engagor has put together an infographic looking at the top five, as well as total Super Bowl ad mentions across Twitter and Facebook, the top hashtags, the top engaging advertisers, and some other takeaways.
The highly anticipated Super Bowl commercials once again got people breaking out the tissue box and debating the best celebrity endorser, while others got a big yawn,” a spokesperson for Engagor tells WebProNews.
The top 5 buzzing ads part is interesting, as only one of them – Nationwide – was buzzing with primarily dislikes. That was what’s become known as the dead kid ad, which also partially inspired what seems to be the biggest meme from the Super Bowl:
— Jared Smith (@jaredwsmith) February 2, 2015
Yahoo Tech reports on the software developer responsible for that one. I bet at least one person at Nationwide wishes GoDaddy went with its original commercial.
Here’s what’s happening on Nationwide’s timeline though:
Twitter proclaimed McDonald’s the winner of its #TopSpot competition for the following tweet:
Lovin’ that glistening @Lexus so much we want to whip our hair. RT to try to win a glistening new Lexus NX https://t.co/o5J9RBjuuj
— McDonald's (@McDonalds) February 2, 2015
The top three also included these:
Tonight we are changing the meaning of #LikeAGirl to mean downright amazing. Vote to get the word out. http://t.co/gW0Qj7GMfv
— Always (@Always) February 2, 2015
Our MVPs are back. Watch our Super Bowl commercial again. #BestBuds #SB49 https://t.co/WFzoRBj2H5
— Budweiser (@Budweiser) February 2, 2015
Here’s a cool visualization looking at the buzz around each of these three tweets over time: