We know that many brands saw rapid gains during the 2012 Olympic Games in London, but how many brands were able to sustain that growth through the 2012 Paralympic Games? Alchemy Social, an Experian company, released a graph showing how popular fan pages attracted more likes through both events.
With one week to go before the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London get underway, blue-chip brands are in overdrive trying to take full advantage of Facebook in their marketing strategies, with Coca-Cola, British Airways, and Adidas now atop the medals podium, according to the real-time social media scoreboard provided by Sociagility and Acknowledgement.
When one of your Facebook friends posts a photo album of their trip to Maui, they’re not just showing off — they might also be acting as a travel agent. Forbes reports that Facebook is becoming a popular travel motivator, because when people see photos and posts from their friends’ vacations, it inspires them to book a flight there, too.
With the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London set to start July 27 and run through Aug. 12, watch maker Omega and automaker BMW are doing the best jobs at integrating Facebook into their sponsorship campaigns, while 16 of the top 25 sponsors have not tapped the social network at all, according to a real-time scoreboard presented by Sociagility and Acknowledgement.