@Rio2016

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … LeBron James, more than 11 million Paul Pogba, more than 10 million Zlatan Ibrahimovic, more than 10 million Luis Suarez, more than 8 million Stephen Curry, more than 8 million The year’s top hashtags for sports leagues, teams and events were: #rio2016 #euro2016 #nba #wwe #realmadrid #ufc #olympics #halamadrid #nfl #mlb The 2016 sports events…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 15 readers -
  • Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony on Facebook, Instagram

    …: As for Instagram, the top hashtags used in posts related to the Opening Ceremony were: #rio2016 #olympics #olimpiadas2016 #rio #olimpiadas #riodejaneiro #brasil #openingceremony #olympics2016 #brazil The top emoji were: The most-viewed video came from Jay Blankenau, a volleyball player for Team Canada: And the photo that drew the most likes came…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
  • Twitter, Vine, Periscope Debut Rio 2016 Features

    … simply by including the three-letter country code for each team in a hashtag, including the Refugee Olympic Team (#ROT). There are also more than 50 other Olympics and sports emojis, which can be triggered by hashtags in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, and Moreira added that the #Rio2016 and #Olympics hashtags also work in Japanese, Korean…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 14 readers -
  • Instagram Primes Advertisers for Rio 2016

    … brewery Skol, to create an Instagram campaign showing people “How to Torcer,” or how to cheer, while promoting its beer. Instagram added in its blog post: With 83 percent of Instagrammers enthusiastic about the 2016 Olympics, take advantage by sharing creative that plays off the games. Share content that reflects the events while aligning to your…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 20 readers -
  • The Olympic Flame Lights Up Twitter

    … The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero are fast approaching, and the Olympic flame is tweeting about it. Twitter U.K. head of sport Alex Trickett announced in a blog post that two Twitter accounts–@OlympicFlame and Portuguese-language @ChamaOlimpica—will enable fans to follow the Olympic torch on its journey from Greece to Brazil…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Twitter- 12 readers -
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