Olympus M:robe Super Bowl Ad Actually Worked

Posted: Feb 9 2005, 3:55am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:28pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Olympus m:robe Super Bowl Ad Actually Worked
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Olympus had two rather weird and stylish, but not necessarily informative Super Bowl ads last Sunday. Some news outlets critized the Olympus m:robe commercial, but they worked.

Based on a statistic on Super Bowl Ad driven web traffic, published in a ComScore press-release the Olympusamerica.com site gained 363% on traffic. That is the number 3 spot with a big margin towards the number 4 spot. The winner is Budweiser.com and godaddy.com made second place. See the ads again on the Olympus m:robe site.

The m:robe MR-500i music player and digital camera is an interesting gadget, at least Olympus thinks so by spending Super Bowl Ad money on it. The MR-500i starts at $419.00. Find stores here. The m:robe MR-500i is also available on Amazon.com.

iFilm has all Super Bowl 2005 ads available for video streaming.

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