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Twitter #WorldCup: 32 Million Tweets About #GERvARG [STATS]

Twitter #WorldCup: 32 Million Tweets About #GERvARG [STATS]

After 64 matches Germany has been declared the winner of the 2014 World Cup, edging Argentina 1-0 in extra time in a close final.

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With 35.6 Million Tweets, Germany’s 7-1 #WorldCup Win Over Brazil Sets A New Twitter Record [STATS]

With 35.6 Million Tweets, Germany's 7-1 #WorldCup Win Over Brazil Sets A New Twitter Record [STATS]

Yesterday, in a match that will be remembered for a long time and likely take the host nation (and its ardent fans) years to recover from, Germany humiliated a Sunday league-esque Brazil side 7-1 in the World Cup semi finals.

Twitter, of course, soaked up a lot of the conversation around the game, a lot of which was and stunned reaction, mockery and sheer bemusement.

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Twitter Stays Silent During World Cup Penalty Kicks [DATA]

Twitter Stays Silent During World Cup Penalty Kicks [DATA]

World Cup fans have reached fever pitch when cheering on their favorite teams these past few weeks, sending 16.4 million tweets during the Brazil vs. Chile game alone. But sometimes silence can be just as powerful, as new stats from Twitter show.

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Twitter World Cup: 16.4 Million Tweets About #BrazilvChile [STATS]

Twitter World Cup: 16.4 Million Tweets About #BrazilvChile [STATS]

Brazil’s dramatic penalty shootout victory over a rather unfortunate Chile in the round of 16 on Saturday has become the most tweeted match of the World Cup so far, clocking up an impressive 16.4 million tweets overall.

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The #WorldCup On Twitter: 300 Million Tweets (And Counting) [STATS]

The #WorldCup On Twitter: 300 Million Tweets (And Counting) [STATS]

The group stages of the World Cup are now complete, and Twitter has taken a closer look at some of the key metrics so far, unveiling one very, very impressive statistic: more than 300 million tweets have been written about the World Cup since group play began.

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Tired Of The World Cup Clogging Your Timeline? This Extension Can Help

Tired Of The World Cup Clogging Your Timeline? This Extension Can Help

World Cup frenzy is sweeping Twitter, and for many millions of fans around the world, that’s a good thing. But if you’re tired of seeing “gooooooal!” ad infinitum, you can rid yourself of the World Cup Twitter chatter with this simple Chrome extension.

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For Smartphone Users, Facebook Beats Twitter For World Cup Social Chatter [STUDY]

For Smartphone Users, Facebook Beats Twitter For World Cup Social Chatter [STUDY]

28 percent of smartphone users plan to use Twitter to discuss the 2014 World Cup simultaneously whilst watching live games, reveals new data from Peel.

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The Social Side Of The World Cup [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Social Side Of The World Cup [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that three-quarters of World Cup viewers say that they will be using social media whilst watching live games, and that 34 percent will be actively tweeting about it?

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World Cup Marketing – Social Media, Facts & Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC]

World Cup Marketing - Social Media, Facts & Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 3.6 billion people are expected to watch the 2014 World Cup, and that $5.7 billion will be spent on sponsorships and ads?

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Six In 10 World Cup Fans Have A Twitter Account [STUDY]

Six In 10 World Cup Fans Have A Twitter Account [STUDY]

Last week we looked at data that revealed that 55 percent of top World Cup fans – that is, those who plan to watch as many live matches during the tournament as possible – follow brands on social media.

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