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Infographic: Budweiser Wins the Hashtag Super Bowl

Top 10 list also bodes well for Honda and Fox's 24, too

The dozens of Super Bowl advertisers last night wanted their ads to reverberate on Twitter. But as the triumphant Seattle Seahawks unmercifully showed the Denver Broncos on the playing field in New Jersey, not everyone gets to go home a winner. 

Twitter buzz is fleeting. Case in point: Maserati's 90-second commercial was a national trending topic during the first quarter last night. But then it dropped off the social map.

With that in mind, digital marketing vendor Friend2Friend has shared exclusive data on the Top 10 big-game spots according to the raw number of Twitter hashtags produced in their names. Budweiser's sentimental "Puppy Love" commercial turned out to be the King of Ads, and T-Mobile's Tim Tebow spot registered above expectations. Check out the full list. 

 

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