Rio 2016

  • Success Stories From Twitter’s Front Lines

    …, telecommunications, fashion, retail, consumer packaged goods and financial services–each making the most of Twitter. A QSR increased awareness of new items on its breakfast menu. Breakfasts have always been tantalizing for fast-food chains, but providing it is notoriously difficult. When a QSR challenger jumped into the game recently, it deployed…

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  • Rio 2016 Tops Twitter in 2016

    … By David Cohen on Dec. 6, 2016 - 12:45 PM The 2016 Summer Olympic Games was the most-discussed topic on Twitter during 2016. Chief marketing officer Leslie Berland delivered the social network’s wrap-up of 2016 in a blog post, saying that the top 10 global trends on Twitter for 2016 were: 2016 Summer Olympic Games U.S. presidential election…

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  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … (as of Dec. 1) were: Cristiano Ronaldo, 82.9 million Neymar, 62.7 million Lionel Messi, 60.2 million James Rodriguez, 27.2 million LeBron James, 26.4 million Gareth Bale, 24.6 million Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 21.3 million Ronaldinho Gaúcho, 18.3 million Luis Suarez, 18.1 million Karim Benzema, 16.1 million David Luiz, 15.1 million Andres Iniesta, 14.9…

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  • Facebook, Instagram Detail 2016 Paralympic Games Initiatives

    … will also feature daily 360-degree videos from Rio. The social network also played a key role in the #FillTheSeats crowdfunding campaign, launched by Greg Nugent, director of marketing for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, and U.S. Paralympians Hannah McFadden and Tatyana McFadden, with a post by the latter tallying nearly 1,000 shares…

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  • Twitter Unveils Emojis for 2016 Paralympic Games

    … The 2016 Summer Olympic Games may be history, but Twitter hasn’t packed up and left Rio de Janeiro yet: The 2016 Paralympic Games begin Wednesday. Twitter launched a series of hashtag-triggered emojis for the Games, and they are available in seven languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean and Arabic. And while…

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