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The Super Bowl generated a frenzy of activity on Twitter, but what about tweets that were sent at the actual game itself, from folks in the crowd?
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Millions logged in during the 2014 State of the Union address to share their thoughts and read what others had to say, in real time. Here’s a look at what Twitter thought of President Obama’s address.
So you want to run a contest on Twitter?
Smart idea. Twitter contests are a cost-effective, efficient and (relatively) easy way to generate mass exposure for your brand, products and services. But before you go ahead and click “GO!”, there’s a few things that you need to remember.