The Super Bowl 2012 will see 10 first time advertisers. These companies took the big step to pay the highest prices for TV advertisement on the planet. Find out who for the first time has taken on that big risk.
Super Bowl 2012 has lots new advertisers that have never ran a Super Bowl ad before. To advertise during the Super Bowl is a big decision. The cost for a 30 second spot is at least $3.5 million, but that is not all.
These days a Super Bowl advertiser also needs to make sure that the online social campaign is also in place. To be on the cutting edge you also want apps for tablets and smartphones like GM is offering this year with the Chevy Game Time App. For Super Bowl Ad newcomers it is especially difficult to right away make a lasting impression. Watch out for the ads of the new guys in the Super Bowl advertising.
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