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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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One In Three Are Using Social Media To Comment Live During The World Cup [STUDY]

One In Three Are Using Social Media To Comment Live During The World Cup [STUDY]

Brazil 2014 is the first truly social World Cup – while social media played an important role in football’s biggest occasion four years ago, platforms such as Facebook and Twitter were significantly smaller. Subsequently, the reaction online was relatively slight.

Four years is a long now. Now, 50 percent of users watching World Cup games say that they’re checking social networks to see what other people are saying, and one in three are commenting themselves, live, on social media.

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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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