World Cup Final Smashes Social Media Records

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If it felt like more people were talking about the World Cup than ever before, it’s because that was wildly true!

Germany vs. Argentina was Facebook’s largest single event to date with a 88 million people interacting more than 280 million times via posts, likes and comments. The match also set a new Twitter record for a sporting event, with an average of 618,725 tweets per minute during the match.

Implications for advertisers is pretty simple – real time marketing is becoming increasingly important and brands need to plan to benefit from these eyeballs with clever, somewhat spontaneous tactics. 

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