Ninety percent of all social buzz around the Super Bowl ads came from mobile devices.
Esurance post-Super Bowl Twitter sweepstakes still has people talking. The social network’s redesign takes flight. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
These two brands connected with fans using the House Party platform to power engagement on the day of one of the biggest sporting events of the year.
With social media set to dominate both the first and second screen view experience, advertising dollars could result in huge returns. Indeed, there could be far more winners this year than just the Seahawks or the Broncos.
Broncos fans and Seahawks fans differ in much more than football, according to an analysis of their online behavior.
The Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s Super Bowl. The experience is a dream social-media scenario.
Yahoo suffers hacking attack, resets user passwords. Facebook to unveil Paper app on Feb. 3. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
According to a survey from Crowdtap, brands will have the advantage over teams when it comes to Super Bowl social media chatter.
Facebook Turns 9 (AllFacebook)
Facebook celebrated its ninth birthday Monday. The site that started in a Harvard University dorm room has now connected more than 1 billion users from all around the world.
Well folks, the most anticipated night of the year for TV advertising (oh, and football) is behind us. Which were your favorite Super Bowl spots? Which brands do you think scored big and which do you think could’ve done better? We’ve compiled a list of the top 2013 Super Bowl ads, according to voting on Hulu Adzone.