I’ve witnessed the media frenzy that comes with the Super Bowl – and the commercials that air on TV before, during and after the event – from a distance (from Belgium, to be more precise) several times now, and still can’t be anything but baffled by its sheer ferociousness. TechCrunch also did its part by listing all tech-related Super Bowl ads.
Ads from technology companies were nowhere to be seen, save from one category: ‘Overall Most Disliked Ads’. Salesforce makes up 2/3 of that particular top 3, which I guess is also an achievement. Go Daddy‘s “The Contract” rounded out the list of most disliked commercials.
The ‘most liked’ category was led by Volkswagen’s “The Force,” edging out Bridgestone’s “Carma.” Number 3 was Volkswagen’s “Black Beetle”.
We give you the top three most disliked Super Bowl ads on Hulu:
1) Salesforce: Chatter.com Launch: Still Doing Impossible Things
2) Salesforce: Chatter.com Launch: Do Impossible Things
3) Go Daddy: The Contract
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