Super Bowl 50

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … Air Canada Centre MetLife Stadium Levi’s Stadium Camp Nou Stadium, Barcelona Boulevard Olímpico Citi Field Wembley Stadium Yankee Stadium AmericanAirlines Arena Angel Stadium of Anaheim Allianz Parque The most-Instagrammed sports venues in the U.S. were: Madison Square Garden Wrigley Field Dodger Stadium Fenway Park Staples Center AT&T Park…

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  • Twitter Kicks Off NFL Teams’ Hashtag-Triggered Emojis

    … Cowboys: #DallasCowboys Denver Broncos: #Broncos Detroit Lions: #OnePride Green Bay Packers: #GoPackGo Houston Texans: #WeAreTexans Indianapolis Colts: #ForTheShow Jacksonville Jaguars: #Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs: #Chiefs Los Angeles Rams: #MobSquad Miami Dolphins: #FinsUp New England Patriots: #Patriots New Orleans Saints: #Saints50 New York Giants…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 16 readers -
  • 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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  • Is It Time to Try a New Social Platform?

    … just became easier and also more mainstream. It’s not just for the GoPro geeks. If there’s a way to integrate a live chat, an interview or webinar, or even just stream your super-cool offices to your audience, it might be time to do it. Just always remember to announce or tease the stream before you actually “go live.” No one likes surprises…

    Mary C. Long/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 27 readers -
  • Report: Social Networking Apps Led Usage During the Super Bowl

    … the game, respectively. Localytics found app usage peaked at 7 p.m., at the actual start of the game, when the average session length in apps was 8.7 minutes. Localytics attributed this to users checking their phones until the game actually began, and to users commenting on Lady Gaga‘s national anthem performance. Elsewhere, mobile advertising…

    AllTwitterin Mobile- 16 readers -
  • 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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  • Facebook and Twitter Compete for Users Ahead of Super Bowl 50

    … been the go-to social media network for people to talk about what’s going on. Hashtags, 140-character limits and easy search features make live-tweeting events common. But Facebook’s new Sports Stadium feature is an attempt to steal away some of Twitter’s live-tweeters and have them talking about Super Bowl 50 on Facebook. While Sports Stadium…

    The Blog Heraldin Social Facebook Twitter- 15 readers -
  • 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- 20 readers -
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