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Super Bowl 2013 Ad Social Media Storm Has Hit

Jan 8 2013, 7:33am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

Super Bowl 2013 Ad Social Media Storm Has Hit
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The Super Bowl 2013, the biggest event in advertising, is less than a month away. The Super Bowl advertisers are gearing up their social campaigns to make the $3.8 to $4 million 30 second spots count.

I4U News is again featuring the Super Bowl Ads Guide for Geeks for the Super Bowl 2013 taking place on February 3, 2013 in New Orleans. We do not know yet which teams will play, but we know already most Super Bowl 2013 advertisers. CBS should be sold out by now. 5 days ago CBS had only two Super Bowl ad slots left.

Several companies have already revealed that they will advertise at the Super Bowl XLVII. Some even already teased details of their expensive TV commercials. Social media will play a huge role this year. A couple advertisers again source parts or the whole Super Bowl commercial via the crowd. Doritos has selected the top 5 fan-made Super Bowl 2013 ads and you can vote which ones should be broadcasted during the Super Bowl 2013 now.

Lincoln has hired Jimmy Fallon to curate tweets from followers to put together funny road trip stories for the Lincoln Super Bowl 2013 ad.

Pizza Hut is having a contest that could get your video about Hut, Hut, Hut into their Super Bowl 2013 ad. 

Toyota is "socializing" their Super Bowl 2013 Ad with a fan photo competition.

In the next days more social campaigns around Super Bowl 2013 ads will engage that are aimed at engaging people and spread the word about Super Bowl ads.

Our Super Bowl Ad site Super Bowl for Geeks is maintaining the full list of Super Bowl 2013 Advertisers and is updating it with the latest confirmed advertisers.

Get the latest Super Bowl 2013 news on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks and on the I4U Super Bowl Ads Guide for Geeks.

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