5 Proven Tactics Small Businesses Can Learn From Super Bowl Marketing

| February 4, 2020

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In today’s blog, we’ll be dissecting how big brands leverage the Super Bowl to enhance their marketing campaigns and how small businesses can implement these marketing tactics into their strategy in a practical and actionable way. The NFL Super Bowl. One of the biggest TV events in America, and the home of the best TV ads. It’s become more than just a football event, but an event that attracts all eyes, for a night of high scale entertainment, from the star-studded half time show to the infamous Super Bowl ads. Marketers love the Super Bowl for one simple reason: consumer spending skyrockets. The Super Bowl has been responsible for generating $15 billion in consumer spending in the 2019 Super Bowl (Statista), and holds the title for the second biggest eating holiday of the year, next to Thanksgiving.

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