The Super Bowl is more social than ever — thanks to advertising tie-ins with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
“I expect to see a lot more ‘For more…see Facebook, Twitter or other social media,’ in this year’s Super Bowl commercials,” said Mitch Joel, president of digital marketing agency Twist Media, referring to the growing number of ads referencing social networks in the past 12 months.
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