@Rio2016

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … Selena Gomez Selena Gomez Cristiano Ronaldo Selena Gomez The year’s 20 most-Instagrammed locations were: Disney Properties Universal Studios Properties Central Park Times Square Eiffel Tower Louvre Museum Las Vegas Strip Santa Monica Pier Brooklyn Bridge ВДНХ/Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva Siam Paragon Colosseum Madison Square Garden Los…

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • Instagram Primes Advertisers for Rio 2016

    … brand, products or services. Include a popular Olympic hashtag or two, like: #bomdia, #rio2016, #riodejaniero, #familia, #brasil, #rio and #felicidad. And if you’re running Olympic-specific ad campaigns, reach viewers by selecting specific targeting interests like 2016 Summer Olympics or Olympic Games. Whether you’re thinking about running Olympic…

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  • 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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