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Football – or soccer if you’re in North America – has some 3.5 billion fans across the globe, making it far and away the most popular sport in the world.
That popularity has quickly bled into social media. Indeed, football’s adage that it’s “played by millions, and watched by billions” could equally be applied to Twitter, with the top clubs (and athletes) each boasting millions of fans (and tweets). But which teams are faring best?
Katy Perry, who became the first person to reach 50 million followers in January of this year, maintains her position as Twitter’s most-followed individual, with a lead of more than two million followers over second-placed (and former number one) Justin Bieber.
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards took place on Monday* and as usual fans quickly moved the conversation to Twitter, discussing the appearances of their favourite stars and shows, alongside key moments throughout the night.
The MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) aired on Sunday and as the event aired in real time fans took to Twitter to chat about their favourite stars and VMA moments.
Facebook is comfortably the top app in the United States with more than 115 million unique visitors in June 2014, over 30 million more than second-placed YouTube.
How many people do you follow on Twitter? Fifty? A couple of hundred? A few thousand, maybe?