Nba Finals

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … Selena Gomez absolutely crushed it on Instagram in 2016, accounting for eight of the 10 most-liked posts of the year, with soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo responsible for the other two. Gomez also topped the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network in followers (103 million) and followers added in 2016 (more than 50 million…

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  • Twitter to Live-Stream Two New NBA Shows

    …, and commissioner Adam Silver added: We’re excited about bringing live content to Twitter, which has proven to be an ideal destination for real-time sports conversations. We’ve seen technology bring fans closer to our game, teams and players in ways we could have only imagined a decade ago. This expanded partnership will help feed our fans’ growing demand…

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  • 2016 NBA Finals on Facebook, Twitter

    … The Cleveland Cavaliers dethroned the defending National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors Sunday night to capture this season’s title, and Facebook and Twitter were ablaze. Facebook said the 2015-16 NBA Finals was the most talked about ever on the social network, tallying more than 269 million posts, likes, shares…

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  • Facebook Suggests Topics for Status Updates?

    … By David Cohen on Jun. 15, 2015 - 9:30 AM Stumped on what to post for a status update? Facebook has your back. Reader Chris Ruberg, social community specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshots below with SocialTimes, in which it appears that trending topics are suggested as possible subjects for status updates. Ruberg added that when…

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  • Full-Court Press from Facebook for NBA Finals Posts?

    … Is Facebook prompting users to post about the National Basketball Association Finals? Reader Jedrzej JD Derylo commented on a friend’s post about cheering on the Cleveland Cavaliers in game one of the NBA Finals, against the Golden State Warriors, as pictured below. Then, when Derylo looked at his status update box, it featured an image…

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