Maseratis and Crazy Zombies: Top YouTube Ads For February 2014

Maseratis and Crazy Zombies: Top YouTube Ads For February 2014

Owning a Maserati may be a pipe-dream for the majority, but it didn't stop the car company's 2014 Super Bowl ad attracting 12,067,899 views on YouTube last month. Using the sporting event, and YouTube, as the platform for their video marketing campaign, Maserati unveiled the new Ghibli onto the world. Great advert, beautiful car, terrible, terrible name. In second place behind Maserati, it's another Super Bowl commercial, this time featuring pop culture icon Bob Dylan promoting…Chrysler. Although many were surprised at his appearance, it wasn't the first time he'd made a car ad. Way back in 2007, he was seen driving an Escalade in a commercial for Cadillac.

Other brands to make the top 10 of the most watched video ads on YouTube in February 2014 included Samsung, Microsoft, Chobani, CocaCola, and Pepsi. Let's take a look at the ads that viewers (in the U.S.) chose to watch last month below.

Top Ten Ads on YouTube for February 2014

#10 SamsungMobile | Trailer (2,933,879 Views)

#9 Microsoft 2014 Super Bowl Commercial | Empowering (3,610,599 Views)

#8 Safety in Paradise | airnewzealand (3,641,517 Views)

#7 World's Fastest | 270.49 mph Hennessey Venom GT (3,872,532 Views)

#6 Hungry bear loose in NYC | ChobaniYogurt (4,023,456 Views)

#5 The Walking Dead Zombies Prank NYC | amc (4,084,236 Views)

#4 Pepsi MAX & Jeff Gordon Present: "Test Drive 2″ | Pepsi (9,812,498 Views)

#3 Official Coca-Cola "Big Game" Commercial 2014 | America Is Beautiful (10,977,030 Views)

#2 Chrysler and Bob Dylan Super Bowl Commercial 2014 | Chrysler (11,384,636 Views)

#1 Official Maserati Super Bowl Spot | 2014 Ghibli Strike Maserati (12,067,899 Views)


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Carla Marshall is the Managing Editor of ReelSEO. She joined the site in 2012 as staff writer and Director of SEO and specialises in video optimisation and organic marketing. She has a background in search and social media. View All Posts By -

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