With So Many Break-Out Super Bowl Ads, Pepsi Has Some Valuable Lessons to Impart

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Cardi B holding up a can of Pepsi; a still image from a Super Bowl commercial
Pepsi's Super Bowl spots are popular for a variety of reasons, and the celebrities they recruit is one of those reasons. PepsiCo
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There truly is nothing quite like the Super Bowl. It’s an anomaly in today’s fragmented media landscape, as nothing else can bring together over 115 million viewers into a single live TV moment where they look forward to watching the advertisements as part of the entertainment. Yet a number of marketers regularly avoid participating in the Super Bowl, citing the cost needed to secure a 30-second spot and how it isn’t as efficient as other alternatives in reaching the same amount of (more targeted) eyeballs.

Todd Kaplan is vp of marketing at PepsiCo.
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