Crash The Superbowl with Pepsi and Doritos

Since Super Bowl XLI (2006), Doritos has been running the “Crash the Superbowl” contest every year. This contest allows people to create their own Doritos Superbowl commercial. The commercials that will be featured in the Superbowl will be the ones with the most votes on the Crash The Superbowl website. The contest has been consistently popular and the ads selected by the people have always ranked high on the Super Bowl Ad Meter, and they even earned the top spot in 2009 with the following commercial:

This year the contest is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. You will be able to create an ad for not only Doritos but Pepsi MAX as well, which doubles your chances for winning the prize and getting your ad to play in the Superbowl.

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12 World Cup Tweeps You #MustFollow

Yesterday, we reviewed 4 of the coolest World Cup Facebook applications, today is Twitter’s turn.

Twitter is certainly jumping on the World Cup bandwagon, they even added a new theme to celebrate the occasion. You can add it by going to Settings > Design, and choosing the “South Africa 2010″ theme. But Twitter will certainly be an important source of updates for the world cup to the extent that some teams like Spanish and the Dutch have banned their players from using it.

A further proof was provided on how the selection of Robbie Findley to the US soccer team instantly became a trending topic on Twitter, even though the whole thing is a surprise it wasn’t a big deal at all.

Twitter's World Cup 2010 Africa Design

Twitter's World Cup 2010 Africa Design

So here are the main Tweeps that you should be adding to your live stream.

==> Follow our list of WC tweeps by following Thoughtpick’s World Cup List <==

The Coolest World Cup Apps on Facebook

The world cup is certainly an unparalleled event in the world of sports, or the entire world for that matter. FIFA expects that 30 billion viewers will be watching the World Cup this year, that’s about 5 times more than the entire world population and certainly dwarfs the ratings of the of the Super Bowl.

This is also the first year that social media will play a central role in the coverage of the event and since this is the world’s most favorite sport, people have great expectations from the way social media sites will be utilized during this campaign.

Here, at Thoughtpick, we realize that there is an overwhelming amount of campaigns going on during this event so we “thought” to dedicate this space to highlight the main ones that are going on right now.

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