Chelsea may be a distant third behind Manchester United on the Barclays Premier League table, but when it comes to the ability to monetize its Facebook page, the English soccer club topped rankings by Marketing Metrix, with Manchester United relegated to the middle of the pack.
As reported last week, Facebook announced Monday that it will launch new features for its comments section: Replies, which will allow page administrators and users to reply directly to comments, rather than having to post their own comments; and ranked comments, which will move the most engaging comments to the top of comment threads.
Super Bowl XLVII: Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child, Superdome Blackout Join Ravens, 49ers In Terms Of Facebook Mentions
The Baltimore Ravens edged the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 Sunday night to win Super Bowl XLVII, and while the Ravens’ victory was the top moment on Facebook during the game, according to the Facebook Data Science Team, the halftime performance by Beyoncé edged out the blackout in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome that delayed play for 34 minutes for second place.
Even if you’re at a huge Super Bowl party this Sunday, you’ll probably be checking Facebook on your phone or tablet. Maybe you want to congratulate your friend in Baltimore or talk some trash to a buddy in San Francisco. There are several Facebook-integrated applications that look to enhance your Super Bowl XLVII experience, such as FanCake and SportStream.
The San Francisco 49ers don’t need any unsolicited advice when it comes to football, since they will play for the National Football League title in Super Bowl XLVII Sunday, but social media agency Pandemic Labs) has some advice for the club when it comes to its Facebook page.
On Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will meet in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII — a topic already hugely popular on Facebook. The 49ers, led by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, are the most-talked-about team on the social network by far. However, the two fan bases have a few things in common on Facebook.
With Super Bowl XLVII set to kick off Sunday, the Facebook Data Science Team put National Football League fans on the social network under the microscope, finding that one in 10 U.S. Facebook users have declared their allegiances to NFL teams.
Anna Burns Welker, wife of New England Patriots Wide Receiver Wes Welker, apologized for the firestorm she created with a Facebook post critical of Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis following the National Football League’s American Football Conference Championship game Sunday, in which the Ravens defeated the Patriots 28-13.