#Sb50

  • Nielsen’s Top Social TV Moments on Twitter

    …, streaming and cable. Twitter users are highly engaged during popular shows and live television events, both in terms of hashtags and @mentions. #SB50, the official Super Bowl hashtag, received more than 3.7 million tweets. Other live events like the #Oscars also fared very well, with 2.9 million tweets. And scripted television events scored…

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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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  • Industry Experts: Amp Up Your Super Bowl Sunday Social With These Tips

    … With Super Bowl 50 fast approaching, the lure of a promising half time show and fresh commercials is sure to draw in large audiences – especially on social. In fact, last year’s big day was the most tweeted about NFL game ever – and this year will likely be no different. As a publisher, this is prime time to capitalize off of a moment where…

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  • Are Marketers Ready for The Cross-Device Super Bowl?

    … that Millennials were also 3.5x more likely to watch or re-watch at least part of the Super Bowl on their mobile devices. Joe Martin, marketing manager of Adobe Digital Index, spoke with SocialTimes about how advertisers are rising to the cross-device challenge? It’s becoming standard for advertisers to release teasers or full ads on social channels prior…

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  • 6 Ways to Win Big With Paid Social During the Super Bowl

    … In 2015, 114.4 million people watched the Super Bowl, making it the most watched event in US television history. Many joined conversations about the game on social media, the new proverbial “water cooler.” There were 28 million tweets and 65 million users generated 265 million posts, comments, and likes on Facebook. In a recent study, 79…

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  • The Big Trend in Sports Engagement: A Little Hashtag Emoji

    … the hashtag emojis (think Coca-Cola and Starbucks), but Twitter has been rolling out this feature for many events. Twitter has already activated a hashtag emoji for this Sunday’s Super Bowl 50, held about 45 miles south of the company’s San Francisco headquarters. Note: The Carolina Panthers’ official hashtag is #KeepPounding. Postano, which works…

    Justin Lafferty/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 17 readers -
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