Top 10 YouTube ads in November: Clash of Clans ‘Hog Rider’ ranks #1 with 29M views

Top 10 YouTube ads in November: Clash of Clans ‘Hog Rider’ ranks #1 with 29M views. The most watched ad on YouTube in November was Clash of Clans’ “Hog Rider” spot with 29 million views. In fact, the top three most watched ads on YouTube in October – from Google, Microsoft and Flash Royale – earned a combined 25.3 million views, while November’s top three ads generated 61.7 million total views. When asked about the significant difference in video view totals for the two months, a Google spokesperson said YouTube often sees fluctuations from time to time depending on the season or cultural moments: “For example, the February Leaderboard typically sees ads with higher views because of Super Bowl, and in this case, Christmas ads tend to get a huge following in November.” Four of November’s top ten ads were Christmas-themed ads: UK retailer John Lewis’ “#BusterTheBoxer” spot; Sainsbury’s “The Greatest Gift” ad; H&M’s ad starring Adrien Brody and directed by Wes Anderson; and an ad from the UK’s Heathrow Airport. The John Lewis Christmas ad for the UK retailer – which ranked No. 1 ad from Clash of Clans was a 360-degree video, which likely helped drive more views. November’s top ten YouTube ads accounted for 2.3 million hours of watch time, more than double the 1.1 million hours of watch time accrued by October’s YouTube ad leaderboard. Sainsbury: The Greatest Gift (12.5M views) 4. H&M: Come Together (5M views) 5. Budweiser: Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Champions (3.3M views) 8.

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The most watched ad on YouTube in November was Clash of Clans’ “Hog Rider” spot with 29 million views. The ad generated nearly triple the number of views won by October’s top ad – a spot from Google introducing its new Pixel phone.

In fact, the top three most watched ads on YouTube in October – from Google, Microsoft and Flash Royale – earned a combined 25.3 million views, while November’s top three ads generated 61.7 million total views.

When asked about the significant difference in video view totals for the two months, a Google spokesperson said YouTube often sees fluctuations from time to time depending on the season or cultural moments: “For example, the February Leaderboard typically sees ads with higher views because of Super Bowl, and in this case, Christmas ads tend to get a huge following in November.”

Four of November’s top ten ads were Christmas-themed ads: UK retailer John Lewis’ “#BusterTheBoxer” spot; Sainsbury’s “The Greatest Gift” ad; H&M’s ad starring Adrien Brody…

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