Down-to-the-Minute Effects of Super Bowl Advertising on Online Search Behavior
David Reiley Jr.
Randall A Lewis
February 27, 2013
Online consumer data presents new opportunities for measuring the effects of advertising. We combine search query data with the commercial schedule for the 2011 Super Bowl to measure the causal impact of TV advertising on consumer search behavior. Examining 46 of 67 Super Bowl commercials, we generally find large spikes in search behavior related to the advertiser or product within 15 seconds following the conclusion of the TV commercial. We present results for four categories of Super Bowl advertisers: movies, online services, cars, and other consumer goods. We also consider the economic and statistical feasibility of scaling this analysis to use search data to measure other TV commercials.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 22
Date posted: March 3, 2013 ; Last revised: March 4, 2013
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