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  1. Twitter, Foursquare Set Records During Super Bowl

    Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers attracted record television ratings, but Twitter and Foursquare also achieved some major milestones during the big game. Over on Foursquare, Packers fans outnumbered Steelers fans...

  2. Super Bowl Commercials 2011: Volkswagen Still Favored to Win

    As for the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers, they are expected to play some football in between the Super Bowl commercials. In the past 24 hours, several more advertisers have uploaded their Super Bowl commercials to YouTube.

  3. 2011 Super Bowl Predictions: 'Volkswagen Commercial: The Force' Beats 'Audi - Goodnight Commercial'

    Tomorrow, many people will be watching Super Bowl XLV to see if the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Green Bay Packers. But Nielsen Sports media research says close to 50 percent of viewers will actually watch the commercials more than they watch the...

  4. Social Media in the NFL

    As for the number of tweets, the Pittsburgh Steelers were sitting at a lowly 199 tweets, while the New York Jets have tweeted 7,841 times. Last August the NFL announced its social media policy. In it they announced that players were allowed to use...

  5. Super Bowl 2010 commercials featured (again) on YouTube AdBlitz

    According to Nielson Company, the 2009 game was the most-watched Super Bowl ever, with 98.7 million viewers watching the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Arizona Cardinals. Would marketers be smarter to take the money they'll spend on Super Bowl 2010...

  6. 170 million Americans watched 30 billion online videos in November

    According to an article by Johnny Diaz in The Boston Globe entitled, "Sitting this one out," the 2009 Super Bowl was the most watched game ever, with 98.7 million total viewers tuned in to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Arizona Cardinals...

  7. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Pittsburgh Steelers A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.