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  1. Running In Real Time: Twitter on Bringing Campaigns to Life at SES London 2014

    The upcoming World Cup in Brazil is a potential planned moment, as are the Sochi Olympics. That was the opening message from Bruce Daisley, UK Managing Director for Twitter. Citing Oreo's success story from last year's Super Bowl and Oreo's single...

  2. Unruly's Second Opinion on Top 10 Social Video Trends for 2014

    SW: The Winter Olympics and the Super Bowl are great sporting spectacles in their own right and combined with the World Cup opportunity, the first half of 2014 is open season for brands in search of high-profile, massively high-reach conversations...

  3. Twitter Year in Review: Top People, Trends & Events of 2012

    London’s Summer Olympics took the gold with over 150 million tweets broadcast over the 16-day event. Twitter has released their annual “Year on Twitter” collection of the hottest trends, topics, and people across five different categories.

  4. Yahoo Year in Review 2012: Election, iPhone 5 & Kim Kardashian

    Olympics London Whale For the 12th straight year, Yahoo has announced their annual year in review. Since 2001, Yahoo has compiled lists of the top search queries entered into the search box in an attempt to determine the year's top stories, fads...

  5. Animated “Little Nemo in Slumberland” Google Doodle for Comic Strip Anniversary

    A hurdles game in honor of the 2012 London Olympics. Today’s Google Doodle is an animated comic short in which Little Nemo tumbles through one of his dream sequences. Each click of the tab at the bottom of the panel reveals another strip of the...

  6. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    Events such as the Oscars or the Super Bowl might draw international audiences to greater or lesser degrees, but the 2012 Summer Olympics, featuring participants from more than 200 different nations, had truly global appeal.

  7. 2012 London Olympics: How the World Was Searching

    The Olympics always produces great stories and gut wrenching drama. From the early questions regarding Michael Phelps’ legacy (not an issue) to Usain Bolt’s dominance in sprinting (quite dominant) we are rarely at a loss for discussion topics when...

  8. Google: Olympics Fuel Mobile Search Surge

    The use of mobile applications to keep track of the Olympics is also huge, with the chief information officer of the London Organising Committee of the Olympics Games (LOCOG) revealing last week that its official results app had been downloaded...