The Denver Broncos kicked off the 2013 National Football League season Thursday night with a resounding 49-27 throttling of the visiting Baltimore Ravens. According to sister site PageData, the Broncos excelled on Facebook in the past seven days, as well, picking up 16,723 likes to lead the NFL, and seeing its people talking about this total rise by 73,556, good for a third-place finish.
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Target Wednesday announced the launch of its second Give with Target initiative, which allows Facebook users to vote, via an application on the retail giant’s Facebook page, on which schools get to divvy up $5 million in donations toward items such as electronics, school and office supplies, and storage and organization products.
One of the most important groups on Facebook — in terms of marketing — is millennials. These young adults are the most active on Facebook and the people whom advertisers are trying to figure out. Compass Labs, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer in ads and insights, recently answered the question, “What do millennials like?”
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.
The moment feared by anyone associated with the National Football League, from Commissioner Roger Goodell down to the fans, happened Monday night, as a highly controversial call by a replacement referee gave the Seattle Seahawks a gift victory over the Green Bay Packers. And Facebook users were quick to react, with one meme, in particular, spreading like wildfire.