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The top 12 best-of (and worst-of) advertising roundups of 2011

It’s that time again, when every media expert and opinionista looks back on the year’s advertising campaigns and lists the best, worst and/or freakiest. Or, in Vader Boy’s case, the most listed in year-end lists. Here are the top ad roundups of 2011, in no particular order.

1. memeburn: Top 15 online ads

The top grin-inducing ad: Coca-Cola "Happiness Truck"

2. Copyranter: The 8 Worst Print Ads of 2011

The most controversial ad for the least controversial product: Milk "Everything I Do is Wrong"

3. Unruly and Mashable: Top 20 Global Social Video Ads Chart

The ad most shared by people who thought they were sharing a clip from the Office: T-Mobile "Royal Wedding"

4. Adweek: The 10 Best Commercials of 2011

The best ad that really makes you think -- until you need to go pick up some groceries: Nissan Leaf "Gas Powered Everything"

5. Harper’s Bazaar: Best Fashion Ads 2011

The ad that best answers the question, "Who are you wearing to the apocalypse?" Alexander McQueen "Fall 2011"

6. New York Times: Reliving the Best (and Worst) ads of 2011

The top ad that made Jenny send a body double to the block: Fiat "My World"

7. The Daily Caller: Top ten most absurd political campaign ads

The top ad that inadvertently doubles as an anti-smoking PSA: Herman Cain "Now is the time for action!"

8. AdAge: 2011′s Best Christmas Holiday Ads

The best ad that makes your thankful there's only one Black Friday a year: Best Buy "Black Friday Bruce"

9. The Counsumerist: Worst Ad in America

The top ad that makes you go "ew": Luv's "Poop There it Is"

10. AdFreak: 30 Freakiest Ads of 2011

The most unintentionally freaky (we think?) ad: LogOff.org "Mommy Facebook Song"

 

11. TheNextWeb: TNW’s Top 10 Superbowl Ads for 2011

The top Eminem ad that wasn't that awesome Chrysler spot: "Eminem: That's Why I Don't Do Commercials"

12. Time: Top 10 of Everything – Top 10 TV Ads

The top ad to accidentally distract you with anachronistic t-shirts: NFL "Best Fans Ever"

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