The Best Super Bowl 2010 Commercial Teasers [Video Gallery]
Super Bowl 44 is only 3 days away and advertisers are busy drumming up interest in their Super Bowl 2010 ads.
There are basically four main strategies how Super Bowl advertisers are promoting their ads in the days before the big game. They release short teasers from the final Super Bowl commercial, publish supporting spots, publish the full Super Bowl ad ahead of Super Bowl Sunday or stay tight lipped (gets rare).
Here we feature a target="_blank">video gallery of the best teasers and supporting spots for Super Bowl 2010 ads. See this report, if you want to watch Superbowl 2010 ads that have been fully published. Advertisers that have released great teasers include Bridgestone, Monster and Coca-cola.
Advertisers that publish supporting spots in their Super bowl 2010 ad campaign include Audi (Green Police), Volkwagen, kgb and BoostMobile.
Watch the best teasers and campaign support videos in this Video Gallery.
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