In the old days, viewers had to wait until Super Bowl Sunday to see Super Bowl ads, but that’s not the case anymore, as social media monitoring and competitive intelligence company Digimind Social has the skinny on which Super Bowl ad campaigns are already catching on.
When it comes to like totals for the auto industry, pages for entire brands top the list, with No. 1 Audi at well over 7.4 million. But when it comes to engagement (likes, comments, and shares), nine of the top 10 pages are devoted to individual models, according to a new study by social benchmarking platform Unmetric.
Several brands marked Halloween Thursday with holiday-related photos and videos on Instagram, including the image to the left of a dark, shadowy BMW, and the photo atop the post from State Bicycle Co. of a witch riding one of its bikes into the night.
The world’s top 100 brands have Instagram in focus, as social media analytics and reporting platform Simply Measured found in its latest study that 71 of the Interbrand 100 are on the Facebook-owned photo-sharing service, up from 40 in October 2012, adding that the total number of brands on Instagram shot up 55 percent over the past year.
Unlike General Motors, many automotive brands have been supportive of marketing via Facebook, and it shows. New statistics from social benchmarking platform Unmetric show that Audi and Mercedes Benz USA have been two of the most effective automotive companies on Facebook, while Infiniti is the fastest-growing car company on the social network.
Budweiser bills itself as the “King of Beers,” and when it comes to Facebook engagement for advertisers during Super Bowl XLVII, according to a study by analytics outfit Unmetric, it was also the ruler, followed closely by sister brew Bud Light.
As Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wonders how the company can make money off mobile users, there’s some good news out there. New numbers from AdParlor, which manages Facebook ad campaigns for companies such as American Express and Audi, show that more people are clicking on mobile ads than desktop ads.