Rio 2016

  • Success Stories From Twitter’s Front Lines

    …. (That’s the power of data.) A leading beauty brand wanted to maximize brand awareness and preference during New York Fashion Week. Multidimensional targeting at the Twitter ad group level enabled the company to analyze and control budget between different audiences with more granularity. As a result, the brand achieved a CPM (cost per thousand…

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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

    … that garnered the most mentions were: Olympics Euros Copa America Super Bowl 50 National Basketball Association Finals The most-Instagrammed sports venues in the world were: Madison Square Garden Wrigley Field Dodger Stadium Fenway Park Parque Olímpico Rio 2016 Олимпийский Парк (Sochi Olympic Park) Staples Center AT&T Park Estadio Santiago Bernabéu…

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  • Facebook, Instagram Detail 2016 Paralympic Games Initiatives

    … Instawalls with those photos, and photos and GIFs will also be featured on the Proud Paralympian Facebook page and on the main Instagram account. International Paralympic Committee director of communications Craig Spence said in an email to SocialTimes: Our focus on Facebook and Instagram is very much about multimedia content and bringing fans…

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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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