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The Super Bowl Killed It On Twitter – And So Did Smart Advertisers

Whether or not you’re a sports fan, smart marketers watched and participated in Super Bowl buzz – and the payoff was HUGE.

How huge?

There were 24.1 million Tweets about the game and halftime show, not including the ads. And, as predicted, the volume of tweets went above and beyond last year’s totals – and it achieved this goal by the beginning of the second half!

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111+ More Ways you can Follow the Egyptian Protests on Twitter

Despite the internet blackout in Egypt, there are many on the ground who have been able to keep those of us outside the country updated about the protests via Twitter. These journalists, activists, and citizens are actively tweeting to ensure that the world knows what’s happening in their country.

Yesterday, we compiled a list of ways to follow the Egyptian protests on Twitter, which was shared quite a bit. And it led to one of our readers informing us of over 111 more ways to follow the protests on Twitter that we didn’t cover in our original post.
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