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  1. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    Leading to the Super Bowl, the NFL and Verizon created a campaign to allow fans to vote on who they think is going to win the Super Bowl. Verizon and the NFL created a special website to track the results in real time http://www.whosgonnawin.com...

  2. Seahawks Beat Broncos 33-17 in Battle of Bing Search Volume by State

    Ahead of the big football game, Bing looked at U.S.search volume for both NFL teams and found searches for the Seahawks were higher in 33 states. All signs point to a close game Sunday night when the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos meet in...

  3. Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning: Brady Searches Top Google, Yahoo

    Brady “dominated” searches during the NFL’s regular season, according to the Yahoo Search Blog. Searches for Brady were two times higher than searches for Manning during the regular NFL season. Tom Brady and Eli Manning will renew their rivalry...

  4. Super Bowl Stat Time: Wolfram|Alpha Offers Stats Guide for Football Junkies

    You can type simple or complex questions about individual NFL players and teams, or get a little more creative by comparing teams, players, or games for seasons dating back to 1985. If you want Super Bowl stats, the self-described computational...

  5. The NFL & Fantasy Football: A Match Made in Search Heaven

    This is especially important for any NFL league sponsors, heavy NFL advertisers like beer and auto companies, and NFL apparel retailers, from both a direct response and branding perspective. Suffice to say I was eagerly anticipating a resolution to...

  6. Will Google run a Super Bowl commercial in the third quarter?

    When asked for which activities, if any, they planned to log onto the Internet on game day, percent said they planned to log on for purposes unrelated to the Super Bowl.percent said they intended to send email and/or instant messages to friends...

  7. GoDaddy Superbowl Ads Under Attack From Morality in Media

    Not that any of the above would concern CBS, but it should concern NFL owners and everyone else concerned about the well being of children and the proliferation of smut on TV and the Internet. Now it will be up to CBS and the NFL to decide what...