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So what did Twitter really think about the slate of Super Bowl 50 commercials yesterday? Here’s a quick recap of what ads Twitter liked and which ones it didn’t. (You can read our earlier coverage here.) The top five most tweeted-about brands were: Doritos: 324k tweets Budweiser: 285k tweets Mountain Dew: 251k tweets T-Mobile: 239k tweets Pokemon: 92kMore

Just one more day until the big game! You’ve probably read our other Super Bowl 50 posts (there’s one about the NFL teams here and another previewing Super Bowl commercials here). With one day to go, how does Twitter feel? Twitter’s pretty excited about the game, as you can imagine. There have been thousands of tweets about the commercialsMore

3 ways to take advantage of social media in football stadiums

Many NFL and college football stadiums have built-in wifi to help fans post to their social accounts during games, but teams are still trying to figure out to take advantage of social media IN the stadium. We have three suggestions for how to get fans to increase their existing social activity, or start posting if they aren’t already.More

Sports on social media: How fans talk tells you more than just how they feel

There has been plenty of coverage around Monday night’s BCS Championship Game between Florida State and Auburn; everything from fan to brand reactions on Twitter. On the surface these tweets strike as funny, impassioned, angry, or incredulous– not unexpected reactions when it comes to something fans connect with as deeply as their favorite sports teams.More