Breaking Ads Mexico: KFC.com.mx, Lions Gate and Sabritas ::: Premium content:::

Breaking Ads Mexico, presented by Portada and Media Economics Group, today analyzes a selection of Mexican digital campaigns active during November. The advertising campaigns were tracked through Media Economics Group´s MexicoWebMonitor™. Below are digital campaigns from KFC.com.mx, Sabritas and Lions Gate.

 

KFC.com.mx

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Advertiser: Yum! Brands, inc.

Campaign: "Cenas para Recordar"

Language: Spanish

Description: Submit story of a "Cena para Recordar" to win one of 500 KFC dinners

Sites: EsMas.com (Mexico), Prodigy.MSN.com, TelevisaDeportes.com (Mexico), Terra.com.mx

Servers: msn.com (Microsoft Advertising), GoogleSyndication.com (GoogleAdSense)

Lions Gate

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Advertiser: Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.

Campaign: "Los Juegos Del Hambre: En Llamas" Movie

Language: Spanish

Description: Spanish-language version of "Hunger Games: Catching Fire"

Sites: Chilango.com, Yahoo! Mexico

Servers: ads.yldmgrimg.net (Yahoo.com), GoogleSyndication.com (GoogleAdSense)

 

 

Sabritas

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Advertiser: PepsiCo, Inc.

Campaign:  "KKWates" (Kkwates.com.mx)

Language: Spanish

Description:  "KKWates" snack Sabritas

Sites: EnFemenino.com, RincondelVago.com (Mexico), Starmedia Mexico

Servers: mdn.net (Google DoubleClick)

Source: Media Economics Group, MexicoWebMonitor™. For more information please call: 1 (704) 841-2030.


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