Denver Broncos

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

    … The Dallas Cowboys are known as America’s Team, and according to social marketing firm Unmetric, they were Facebook’s team, as well, during weeks four through six of the National Football League season. Unmetric analyzed all of the NFL teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from Sept. 27 through Oct. 16 using its cross-channel reports…

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

    … The Rams’ return to Los Angeles led to the most growth of any National Football League team on Facebook and Instagram during the first three weeks of the season. Social marketing firm Unmetric analyzed all of the NFL teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from Sept. 8 through 26 using its cross-channel reports, and its findings included…

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  • Twitter Kicks Off NFL Teams’ Hashtag-Triggered Emojis

    … The National Football League’s 2016 season kicks off with Thursday night’s Super Bowl 50 rematch, Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos, and Twitter is ready for some football. #Broncos #KeepPounding#Patriots #BeRedSeeRed#HereWeGo #WeAre12#Chiefs #GoPackGo NFL @Twitter emojis are here! pic.twitter.com/KjJweHJM7H — NFL (@NFL) September 7, 2016…

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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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  • 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

    … No field is better equipped to take advantage of real-time marketing than the sports industry. Whether fans are sharing game-time reactions on social media or checking fantasy team scores, they’re constantly connected and engaged while watching their favorite teams. And because excitement peaks in the moment, sports marketers cannot wait…

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