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Unless you’ve been living in a cave – without internet – over the past couple of weeks, chances are you’ve (a) heard about Ellen Degeneres’ world record-setting Oscars selfie, and you’ve (b) probably seen the tweet in question and (c) retweeted it.
And why not? More than 3 million of us joined in the fun. But why was this such a phenomenon?
Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Gravity And THAT Selfie – Twitter’s Reaction To The Oscars [INFOGRAPHIC]
What was your best memory of the Oscars? And did you talk about it live on Twitter?
If so, you’re far from alone. More than 14.7 million tweets about the 86th Academy Awards were shared on Twitter during the Oscars telecast, with conversation buzzing around host Ellen Degeneres (and THAT selfie), nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt, Gravity, Frozen and 12 Years A Slave.
Why is it that some businesses on social media seem to effortlessly command a large, loyal following of highly-engaged followers and fans, who happily gobble up their product updates and click on (and share) their links, while others are relieved if some social tumbleweed just happens to blow by once or twice a week?