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Marketing Pros Rate Fiat Super Bowl Ad Tops Using SurveySwipe

FIAT’s “Seduction” topped the field in a real-time poll of selected Super Bowl commercials by marketing and advertising professionals at Seattle’s third Annual Chalk Talk event. Interestingly, parent company FIAT’s advertisement slightly edged out Chrysler Corp’s “Halftime in America” spot. Coming in last among the commercials rated was GE’s “Power and Beer.”

Organized by the Puget Sound American Marketing Association and the Ad Club, and moderated by former NFL quarterback Brock Huard, attendees were able to rate a selection of Super Bowl ads real time with SurveyAnalyticsSurveySwipe smartphone app. Once downloaded, the SurveySwipe app enabled the audience to receive survey invitations via push notifications on their smartphones as the advertisements were replayed. Respondents then completed brief questionnaires on their smartphone, and immediately submitted their ratings. Results were then displayed real time to the audience. Said one attendee “This is a real cool way to measure the pulse of an audience in real time.”

Participants rated each commercial on a five point scale, where 1 = Hate it, 2 = Don’t like it, 3 = Neutral, 4 = Like it and 5 = Love it.


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