Most of America watches the Super Bowl so putting a commercial out on a national level is going to reach more American than at any other moment on TV so they want to make more people watch their commercials so they get more business
$100,000 per second.
ten thousand dollars
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Promoting a Super Bowl and airing ads is giving advertising and marketing to a large audience. Many Super Bowl Ads cost millions of dollars because of the amount of traffic and viewers that will see it.
A 30-second ad in Super Bowl XLV (2011) on CBS costs between $2.5 million and $2.8 million. The record cost for a Super Bowl commercial was during the 2010 Super Bowl on NBC, when ads averaged $3 million a piece.
The broadcaster has the commercial slots listed by the price. The earlier commercials are more expensive. The companies pay per slot - so its a mutual decision between the broadcaster and the companies.
The average cost per 30 second advertisement for the Super Bowl in 2009 was $3,000,000. There were 67 spots for national ads in that game according to NBC.
according to Super Bowl ads.com, the top three were the Coca-Cola ad, The Budweiser budwhisperer ad and the Victoria Secrets ad.
because of all the people who tune in
You can watch all the 2009 Super Bowl 43 ad online on NFL.com or YouTube. Just click on the Related links below.
Advertisers will typically hype their Super Bowl commercials beforehand by putting out press releases and such. ChaCha! by. viral patel
There is not enough interest for advertisers - and ads pay the bills for the broadcast.
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Books, clocks, note taking systems, Super Bowl ads, paper money, lots of places.
so people would watch it because it is the most important thing in football history.
The term 'Super Bowl' has been trademarked by the NFL. This means that a person or company cannot use the term 'Super Bowl' to advertise or sell their product without the consent of the NFL. This consent comes by paying the NFL a fee for the right to use the term 'Super Bowl' in their advertising. For example, when a person or company is advertising/selling a television they are not allowed to say or write something like "The Super Bowl will look great on this TV" unless they have paid the NFL for the right to use the term 'Super Bowl'. But they can say "The Big Game will look great on this TV" and the NFL can do nothing about it. Most folks understand that 'Big Game' and 'Super Bowl' are one in the same. This restriction is not carried over to the news or talk shows. Sportscasters may use the term 'Super Bowl' without fear of repercussion from the NFL since they are not attempting to sell a product or service.
According to CBS, who is broadcasting the game, 30-second spots are being sold for $2.5 to $2.8 million each. In 2009, NBC charged up to $3 million for 30-second ads. This does not include the cost of production and actor's pay. The Super Bowl has always been associated with high profile advertising. In 1995, a 30-second commercial cost around $1 million. See related links for more information on Super Bowl advertising.
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Ads get put on your website or videos if it they attract a lot of views. If people click on the ad, you get some money. It can be a very small amount. The companies that put ads on decide on how much they pay. Some ads pay more than others. If a site gets a lot of hits, it will attract more ads and bigger ads and more expensive ads. If a site does not get many hits, then it won't get many ads.