The Squarespace Super Bowl 2014 Ad is released. Watch it below. It is off to a great start with over 200,000 views in just a couple hours after the release.
The Super Bowl 2014 takes place on February 2, and will have the Broncos play against the Seahawks in the Big Game. Besides the game there will be again a huge line-up of Super Bowl ads. Fox managed to charge $4 million on average for 30 second spots. More and more Super Bowl 2014 ads and ad teasers listed in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Line-up are released. Today one of the newcomers to the Super Bowl advertising released their Super Bowl ad in full. Squarespace is an all-in-one website publishing platform established 10 years ago. The company made quite a splash with the announcement to advertise during the Super Bowl as this means a serious financial bet for the rather small company.
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The Squarespace 30-second commercial, titled “A Better Web Awaits,” is set in an alternate universe that personifies what people have come to love and hate about the Internet. As the hero is overwhelmed by a wild cast of characters, viewers will recognize countless Internet archetypes and memes throughout the sequence of events. The ad was designed to convey what Squarespace stands against, and stresses the company’s belief in creating a better web.
The Squarespace Super Bowl 2014 ad is quite good and should perform well on Super Bowl sunday. It is packed with cool references to everything that is wrong with the internet. Watch the Squarespace Super Bowl ad now below.
Super Bowl 2014 will take place in New Jersey on February 2. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It will be the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl. We are bringing you again full coverage of the Super Bowl Ads in our Super Bowl Hub and on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers and watch the already released Super Bowl 2014 Ads.
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