Rio De Janiero

  • Anticipation Builds for 2016 Summer Olympic Games (Infographic)

    … By David Cohen on Jun. 1, 2016 - 5:00 PM The 2016 Summer Olympic Games start up in Rio de Janiero Friday, Aug. 5, and according to a recent survey by Facebook IQ, fans are excited. ‘Facebook IQ polled 14,731 people between the ages of 18 and 55, across 17 countries, and its findings included: 72 percent of respondents are enthusiastic about…

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  • Snapchat, NBC Ink Olympics Content Pact

    … that channel, Discover, with short clips and behind-the-scenes content, according to Bloomberg, which added that the agreement is exclusive to the U.S., while BuzzFeed’s content will be available on other outlets besides Snapchat. NBC told Re/code it has a revenue-sharing deal with Snapchat for whatever ads it sells, not providing further details…

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  • Snapchat Wins Olympic Gold Among Younger Millennials (Study)

    … By David Cohen on Apr. 29, 2016 - 11:00 AM When it comes to sharing content related to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, age group tends to dictate the platforms being used. A new study from “people-powered marketing platform” Crowdtap analyzed the Olympics viewing habits of 500 U.S. men and women, and it found that younger…

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  • The Olympic Flame Lights Up Twitter

    … for the start of the games. Trickett shared some of the accounts’ initial tweets and wrote in the blog post: As the @Rio2016 Olympic flame was being lit at Olympia, Greece, Thursday, a brand new @OlympicFlame Twitter account sprang to life, which will take fans on an exclusive journey from Greece to Rio de Janeiro. The IOC will also share similar…

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  • The Mobile App 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Sponsors Should Create

    … masses has never been easier. And while people think of Coke as the iconic bottle or signature red can, the company owns dozens of brands like Dasani, Schweppes and Powerade. Over the course of 17 Olympic sized (and length) days and nights of events, each could play a critical role. This brings us to the lead Olympic sponsor, Procter & Gamble…

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