While eight National Hockey League teams remain in the hunt for the Stanley Cup, the clubs are also battling it out on Facebook. Fans all over the world flock to the teams’ Facebook pages for scoring updates, photos, and other updates throughout the playoffs. Using PageData statistics, let’s take a look at who has been winning the matchups in the second round of the playoffs, both on the ice and on the social network.
Social media management system HootSuite did some hooting about its accomplishments in the first quarter of 2013, reporting a 272 percent increase in corporate sales (companies valued at less than $10 billion) compared with the year-earlier period, along with a 900 percent jump in international strategic sales (companies valued at more than $10 billion).
Professional sports teams and leagues are as focused on Facebook and other social media as businesses from other sectors are, and an all-star team of social media executives from the field joined moderator and Movement Strategy Co-Founder Jason Mitchell on a panel at the AllFacebook Marketing Conference in New York Wednesday, “How Professional Sports Are Monetizing through Facebook.”
Major sporting events are always pretty popular on Facebook. Until Election Day, Super Bowl XLVI was the most-talked-about event on Facebook, with the San Francisco Giants’ World Series win also on the list. But how do other sports match up on the social network? Buildmuscle.org dug a little deeper to see what kind of power sports have across the social spectrum.
The National Hockey League grew its Facebook fan base by 250 percent, said Perry Cooper, the NHL’s senior vice president of digital media during the Wednesday keynote address at AF Expo.
Vancouver takes to Facebook for riot clean up after the Canucks lose in game 7 of the Stanley Cup.
You don’t have to be a hockey fan to appreciate how this cool keynote speaker is, but if you do like the sport then you’ll be even more impressed with the what’s in store for you at AF Expo.