While the World Cup is still a few hrs away, the advertising match has already kicked off with expensive ads vying for attention. Since the last World Cup in 2010, U.S. ad spending on soccer programming has increased 43 percent to $378 million in 2013, according to Nielsen.The top-20 World Cup 2014 ads have so far netted 6.9 million shares across social media. That’s 31.4% more than the 4.7 million shares related to the top-20 ads from Super Bowl 2014.
Here’s a look at the most effective World Cup 2014 Advertisement
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