Denver Broncos

  • NFL Teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Weeks 4-6

    … were the most engaged. As for Instagram, the Patriots led in audience size, while the Vikings showed the most growth and the engagement crown went to the Patriots. The Denver Broncos created the most Facebook posts. The Detroit Lions tweeted the most, while the Cowboys drew the most likes on Twitter and the Baltimore Ravens were tops in comments…

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  • NFL Teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Weeks 1-3

    …, while the Philadelphia Eagles were tops on Twitter and the Instagram crown went to the Patriots. The Denver Broncos had the most total posts on Facebook and Instagram, while the Green Bay Packers tweeted away. The Broncos tallied the most Facebook likes during the time period, while the Cowboys did the same on Twitter and likewise…

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  • Twitter Kicks Off NFL Teams’ Hashtag-Triggered Emojis

    …: #GiantsPride New York Jets: #JetUp Oakland Raiders: #RaiderNation Philadelphia Eagles: #FlyEaglesFly Pittsburgh Steelers: #HereWeGo San Diego Chargers: #Chargers San Francisco 49ers: #GoNiners Seattle Seahawks: #WeAre12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: #SiegeTheDay Tennessee Titans: #TitanUp Washington Redskins: #HTTR Readers: What do you think of your favorite team’s Twitter emoji? …

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  • 2.2 Million View Facebook Live Videos of Peyton Manning’s Retirement

    … Two Facebook Live videos from the retirement announcement of a National Football League legend reached some 2.2 million users Monday. Denver Broncos quarterback and sure-fire future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning officially announced his retirement Monday, and the team shared the videos below, of Manning’s speech and of comments by teammates and executives. Readers: Did you watch either of these videos, live or after they were posted? Photo courtesy of Denver Broncos Facebook page. …

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  • Is Peyton Manning Benefitting from a news media’s double standard?

    … that any sports team would happily put into the public spotlight and any sponsor would be comfortable with in a TV commercial. But now, as the Denver Broncos quarterback ponders retirement at the top of his professional game, an old story is surfacing about about a younger Peyton, a 20-year-old quarterback at the University of Tennessee who dropped…

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  • Here Are 6 Apps You Should Download for the Super Bowl

    … on the screen to help their football player move down the field. Shazam (Free on iOS, Android, Windows, Amazon) – Many companies (such as Coca-Cola) include a Shazam call-to-action in their commercials. By downloading the Shazam app and allowing the app to listen to these ads, users can receive more information about products. Also be sure to check out Adweek’s Super Bowl Ad Tracker to keep track of all of the commercials from this year’s game. …

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  • 6 Winning Social Media Tips for Sports Marketing Success

    … several hours, or even a few minutes, after a big play or important win to interact with fans on social media. The exciting game this season between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots provided a great example of the power of social media to create buzz in real time. The last few minutes of the game were filled with big plays, with the Broncos…

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