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This is a defense of the $4 million price tag for a company's 30-second Super Bowl spot by an ad guy (who has stock in keeping companies willing to pay that much.) Still, his argument is pretty sound and his words are pretty lyrical. For example: "But if you want to give your brand or product instant notoriety and the buzz of a billion bees, there's nothing like the Super Bowl." [Forbes]