For a good review of the commercials from last night, check out what AdLand has to offer.
There certainly will be no shortage of commercial talk, but I thought that it might be nice to start a list of the websites that were accompanying or related to ads from the Super Bowl last night. I'll be adding these as I go. Feel free to send me any that aren't mentioned here, or post in the comments section, and I'll add them to this list.
The Super Bowl 2005: Online
Ameriquest Mortgage Microsite
Microsite with 4 spots available to view.
Career Builder "Monkeys" Microsite
Microsite built into the existing Career Builder site, with 3 spots available to view.
Emerald Nuts: Angry Leprechaun
Unique content just for the web. The leprechaun did not appear in the commercials, but was "censored."
Site geared towards millenials with the tag line "if not now, when?" Commercial does not appear to be available.
Integrated into the Napster site, with 4 spots available to view.
Site for the XC90 V8, with chance to enter a contest to win a sub-orbital flight on Virgin galactic.
View the Super Bowl ad. It only aired once due to the NFL persuading Fox to pull it. You can also visit this blog, which appears to be the official blog regarding the GoDaddy Super Bowl commercial.
McDonalds: Lincoln Fry
Microsite for the "Lincoln Fry" commercial. You can view the spot, as well as access downloads and more. Also, you can visit a fictitious blog from the character in the commercial who discovered the Lincoln fry.
Degree: In-action Heroes
Site for the Degree "In-action Heroes" commercial. Watch the spot, as well as additional video.
Cadillac Under 5 *****
Website for the Cadillac V Series, that ran ads during the Super Bowl. Part of a larger effort that includes a contest for users to submit 5 second movies. You can view submissions, as well as learn more about the car and the contest. Contains numerous celebrity cameos, including Cedric the Entertainer and John Travolta.
Verizon V Cast
Microsite for the new broadband mobile service from Verizon Wireless. Watch the TV spot, learn more about the service.