While Super Bowl advertisers surprisingly didn’t do anything specifically social in their ads this year, that, of course, didn’t stop the public from taking to the social Web to discuss and share their favorites.
According to data from Bluefin Labs, analysis of all the commentary on social media sites (like tweets, public Facebook posts and blog posts) revealed that the overall top Super Bowl commercial this year was the H&M “David Beckham Bodywear” ad, which had 109,000 social media comments. Unsurprisingly, this was also the top ad in terms of female commenters, who made up 83 percent of comments.
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