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Top 10 YouTube Video Ads In February: Super Bowl Spots Make Up More Than Half The List

Denys Prykhodov /

It’s no surprise that seven of the top ten YouTube video ads last month were Super Bowl spots.
What is surprising is GoPro snagging two of the top ten rankings, generating more than 10 million combined views in February. According to YouTube, the last time GoPro made the top ten list was back in November 2014.
A consistent top performer, this marks the 5th and 6th times GoPro has ever been on the Leaderboard.
Of the most viewed ads in February, Super Bowl ads from Clash of Clans, Adidas, Nissan, FIAT, Jeep, Budweiser and Microsoft all scored a top ten spot.
YouTube said the ten ads listed below earned a combined 165.8 million views, with more than 153-minutes worth of view time.
February 2015 YouTube Ads Leaderboard Top 10 List
1. Clash of Clans: “Revenge” (47,496,617 views)

2. Adidas: “Take It” (30,631,817 views)

3. Nissan: “With Dad” (22,299,466 views)

4. FIAT: “The FIAT Blue Pill” (13,317,527 views)

5. Android “Friends Furever” (12,490,543 views)

6. Jeep: “Be…

Check Out The All New SMX Advanced Agenda; Join Us In June 2-3 In Seattle

Ready to exchange ideas, influence the industry and build your network? Join the most accomplished search marketers in the world for Search Engine Land’s – SMX Advanced. The agenda is now posted!
The focus of SMX Advanced is unique. Conference sessions and keynotes are designed for sophisticated search engine marketers; they are fast paced, detailed, and don’t review basic concepts. You’ll choose from in depth sessions on SEO, paid search advertising (PPC) and more. Sessions include:

Advanced Link Auditing & Best Practices To Acquire Authoritative Links
Search For Shoppers: How To Succeed With Feed-Based Product Campaigns
NOW You Can Be In Google Now
Attribution Success In A Cross Device World
Successful White Hat SEO In Spammy Industries
The Social Influencer As A Key Search Marketing Player

At SMX Advanced, opportunities abound to get your questions answered and share your own ideas with the best in the industry. We’ve purposely kept this an intimate conference so you’ll be sure to meet…

Quickly Save your Gmail Messages in Evernote with a Google Sheet

Your Evernote account has a secret email address and any email message forwarded to this address is automatically archived as a new note in one of your Evernote notebooks. You can forward PDFs, travel receipts, audio clips, images and other important emails to this email address and they will be archived forever in your Evernote account.
You can send emails from Gmail to your Evernote account manually or you can use services like Zapier or IFTTT to automate the task of creating notes in Evernote from your Gmail mailbox. For instance, you can star a message in Gmail and it is sent to Evernote. Or can you apply the label Evernote to a message inside Gmail and IFTTT will forward the message with attachments to Evernote.
While it is easy to integrate Gmail and Evernote with the help of external services, a downside is that you would need to grant full access to your Gmail mailbox to a third party service. If you are not happy doing that, there’s an alternate solution that uses Google Sheets…