People come to Facebook during sporting events to connect and engage with friends who are following the action, to cheer on their favorite teams and players, and to find out the latest scores and highlights. For this year’s World Cup, we want to give people one great place to experience the action in real time. Today we are launching Trending World Cup, a dedicated hub for fans on Facebook to follow the tournament as it unfolds. Trending World Cup on Facebook includes You can get there by visiting www.facebook.com/worldcup, or by clicking on “World Cup” in the Trending section on the right-hand side of your News Feed. If your friends share that they are watching a specific match, you can also get to Trending World Cup by clicking on their post. If you’re using the Facebook for Every Phone app on your feature phone, just tap the soccer icon on your home screen.
The World Cup kicked off on Thursday, and Facebook’s data team looked at the volume of global conversation around the opening match between Brazil and Croatia, along with the top social moments, demos, countries, and most-talked-about players. Check out the following data points, along with a selection of standout content from the first day of the tournament. Globally, over 58 million people had more than 140 million Facebook interactions related to Brazil’s win over Croatia in the opening match of the World Cup. This includes about 16 million Brazilians who had more than 40 million Facebook i
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Trending World Cup on Facebook includes: The latest scores and highlights from the matches. A special feed with real-time posts from friends and updates from relevant players and teams. An interactive map that shows where fans of some of the top players are located around the world. Apart from these, Facebook also introduced a new character called “The Ref” who describes himself as “Facebook’s “official” official of the games” as he reveals commentary and updates about the matches. In addition to the hub and The Ref, Facebook also announced that, starting Thursday users will be able to share t
In addition to Facebook Ref, fans can follow the World Cup at facebook.com/worldcup. ‘Trending World Cup’ will allow viewers to see real-time posts from friends who are also watching matches and have shared their posts. Real-time game and score updates, data visualizations of fandom on Facebook, and posts from key figures and media outlets will also be available. ‘Trending World Cup’ also features a Fan Map, which shows the popularity of top players throughout the world. Portugal’s Christiano Ronaldo is well represented on the Fan Map. Ronaldo is one the most liked public figures on Facebook o
Unlike Twitter, Facebook customizes its trending topics for each user based on factors like your location, age, gender and Pages you like as well as what's trending across the social network overall. Regardless of whether you Like soccer-related pages on Facebook, you should still see World Cup trending topics simply because there's an incredibly high volume of posts about it. So why is it that there often appears to be a lag between news events trending on Twitter and on Facebook? To some extent, it's by design. Meanwhile, on Facebook pic.twitter.com/ods5ruvVOu. — Seth Fiegerma
Facebook, Twitter and Google each have teams of scientists that routinely pour over the deluge of data created by users. But for the World Cup, Google went one step further and opened an experimental "newsroom" in San Francisco to monitor World Cup activity. As NPR reported, the newsroom was assigned to turn those search trends into content that could in turn be shared on Facebook, Twitter and Google +. The results were posted on a Google Trends World Cup Page. But here's the twist: The newsroom chose to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative, NPR reported. For examp
Facebook is taking a fairly similar approach. It's put together a hub called Trending World Cup, which also includes scores and news from the matches and a feed of posts from teams and players. Your own friends' posts will show up in the hub too, which will be accessible straight from Facebook's Trending area on the News Feed. Once the games start, people will be able to post what they're watching too by using the smiley icon that's used for sharing what you're doing. The map is fairly simple and seems to be tapping into whoever follows these players' pages on Facebook, but the map lets you break down where those people are coming from by country and by city. Even if you might have guessed which countries like which players the most, it can still be interesting to explore. Not to be left out, Google is also offering its own resources for keeping up with the World Cup.
Twitter Facebook. Enlarge this image. Data scientists at Google are watching World Cup games with translators, cultural experts and copywriters. Their "newsroom" is trying to turn search results on the World Cup into viral factoids. Google hide caption. toggle caption. Google. The company has created an experimental newsroom in San Francisco to monitor the World Cup, and turn popular search results into viral content. And they've got a clear editorial bias. Around the world, billions of people kept both eyes fixed on the TV during the matches. In the Google newsroom, data scientists had one eye on the Brazil-Germany semifinal and the other on the computer screen. They were mining the company's confidential, internal databases to see what people are searching for. Turns out in Brazil, the lyrics for a rallying chant got popular.
Facebook users will be able to keep track of their favorite teams and players throughout the month-long tournament in a special World Cup section, called "Trending World Cup." Available on the Web as well as mobile devices, the hub will include the latest scores, game highlights as well as a feed with tournament-related posts from friends, players and teams. In addition, an interactive map will show where the fans of top players are located around the world. Trending on social media? Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be one of the big stars of the World Cup. PETER MUHL
Facebook and Twitter are getting into the World Cup spirit with dedicated pages for the grand event. Twitter recently issued an app update with the specific addition of new World Cup features. Country codes now turn into “hashflags” and a search of #worldcup brings up an entire page, dedicated to the most interesting updates on the event’s progress. Facebook has also created a hub called Trending World Cup. It’s been a long time since we had hashflags in Twitter, but everyone seems to be enjoying them already. Shakira tweeted several hashflags, including #COL for her home country and #ESP for
(Facebook Newsroom). July 25, 2018 - Facebook's Watch Party lets you watch videos with your friends. Ever wish you could enjoy a video with your friend group in real time without having to actually be in the same room? Well round up the gang (virtually), because thanks to Facebook's new feature, now you can. We're removing Trending soon to make way for future news experiences on Facebook. We introduced Trending in 2014 as a way to help people discover news topics that were popular across the Facebook community. However, it was only available in five countries and accounted for less than 1.5% of clicks to news publishers on average. From research we found that over time people found the product to be less and less useful. We will remove Trending from Facebook next week and we will also remove products and third-party partner integrations that rely on the Trends API.
Latest in Facebook. Facebook sues two Ukranians over data-stealing browser add-ons. 8h ago. View. 15. Then again, Google has other assets at its disposal that World Cup fans might find useful. Firstly, there's a straightforward search, which will show up-to-the-minute scores and stats when you search for relevant terms like "world cup" or "world cup uruguay." There's also Google Trends, which shows all manner of strange observations about upcoming matches, based on what people are searching for. If you load up Google Now on your phone or browser, you should automatically be asked if you're interested in match update cards, and then be asked to select your fav
Trending is what happens on Facebook now. Millions of people use Facebook to share stories every second. Now with updates to Facebook Trending you can find relevant conversations about popular news. Trending is available to mobile in the US for Android. Support for iPhone and the rest of the world will come soon. There are five different sections: Articles, In the story, Friends and Groups, Near the Scene, Live Feed. Here is a video: labels trends. Twitter. Facebook. Google+. Pinterest.
Facebook users can track their favorite teams and players throughout the tournament in a special World Cup section, called “Trending World Cup.” Available on the Web as well as mobile devices, the hub will include the latest scores, game highlights as well as a feed with tournament-related posts from friends, players and teams. Not to be outdone, Twitter commented in a blog post last week that the “the only real-time #WorldCup global viewing party will be on Twitter, where you can track all 64 matches, experience every goal and love every second, both on and off the pitch.” Fans can follow individual teams or players and use the hashtag #WorldCup to tweet about the matches, and follow official accounts such as @FIFAWorldCup, @ussoccer for the United States team and @CBF_Futebol for Brazil’s soccer governing body, for example.
Facebook on Friday said it is getting rid of a "trending" topics feature as it tests ways for publishers to deliver reliable breaking news. Hurricane Irma Just Made a Digital Walkie-Talkie the No. 1 App Online. Peter Holley, The Washington Post | Thursday September 7, 2017. British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is currently the top trend on Facebook, and no, it's not because his latest music album has been smashing multiple world records since its release. He is trending because the Internet is convinced a 2-year-old toddler looks exactly like him. Seriously.
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This year's World Cup will play out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and messaging apps like WhatsApp just as it progresses in stadiums from Sao Paulo to Rio De Janeiro. Not to be outdone, Twitter touted in a blog post last week that the "the only real-time (hash)WorldCup global viewing party will be on Twitter, where you can track all 64 matches, experience every goal and love every second, both on and off the pitch." Fans can follow individual teams or players and use the hashtags (hash)WorldCup to tweet about the matches, and follow official accounts such as (at)FIFAWorldCup, (at)ussoccer for the United States team and (at)CBF-Futebol for Brazil's soccer governing body, for example. Clicking on the (hash)WorldCup or (hash)WorldCup2014 hashtag
Facebook users will be able to keep track of their favorite teams and players throughout the tournament in a special World Cup section, called "Trending World Cup." Available on the Web as well as mobile devices, the hub will include the latest scores, game highlights as well as a feed with tournament-related posts from friends, players and teams. In addition, an interactive map will show where the fans of top players are located around the world. Users can get to the World Cup hub by clicking on the hashtag #worldcup in a Facebook post, or by clicking on "World Cup" in the list of trending topics on the site. In a nod to Twitter, Facebook, earlier this year, began displaying trending topics to show users the most popular topics at any given moment. The feature is currently available in the U.S., U.K., India, Canada and Australia.
Facebook’s World Cup offering might not seem as rich as Apple’s, but it’s worth mentioning nonetheless. That’s because Facebook is bringing the games to Facebook Messenger, a chat app that’s used by more than a billion people, Apple product users included. Image Source: Facebook. The Facebook Messenger app will have new camera filters for face paint and festive wigs for all the competing teams, according to Engadget. Moreover, a bunch of football-themed games will also be available to Messenger users. As for me, “I can’t wait to not watch Italy play the Netherlands.”
The Google Trends-powered World Cup social news experiment deliberately avoided heaping more embarrassment on the Brazilian nation, by focusing on happier stories, it has been revealed. During the tournament a Google team has been analysing search requests during World Cup games and using the top queries to create easily sharable news items, but with a focus on more uplifting elements. So, while Brazilians trended towards word 'shame' in their searches following the 7-1 semi-final humbling at the hands of Germany, Google left that item on the cutting room floor because it was just to
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Facebook is one of the biggest social platforms on the web today and many teams and players have their very own Facebook fan page to keep their fans updated with the latest news. We have gathered for you a list of Facebook fan pages that will help ensure that you don’t miss out on news about this upcoming Cup. Recommended Reading: Official Twitter Accounts To Follow For The 2014 World Cup. Official FIFA Pages. FIFA. The official Facebook page of FIFA, where you can get all the latest updates in the world of football, and not just the World Cup. (Visit page). FIFA World Cup. The official Facebo
Facebook is the latest social media company to capitalize on TV-related traffic around big events like the World Cup, a trend started years ago by the microblog website Twitter Inc. People use Facebook to comment about things they watch live, an interaction that could turn into a source of ad revenue for the company. Facebook's record numbers were possible because of widespread mobile penetration. Seven out of 10 users globally connect to the network from mobile devices, which represent roughly 60 percent of the company's ad revenue. There is also soccer's global appeal. The fir
via Trending | Facebook Help Center. This is what I see when I go to newsfeed: 16.3k Views · View 7 Upvoters · Not for Reproduction. If you’re on social media, you know that when something happens in the world people are talking about it. These could be global events that impact us all, or maybe something a little lighter like an unexpected ending on a TV show or an exciting moment in a sporting event. This week, Facebook introduced a new feature to help you keep track of those conversations and find the information that’s important to you. Learn more about Facebook’s newest feature and other hot topics you might have missed this week in our weekly news roundup: Facebook rolls out “trending topics” on web. Another Trending feature is on Facebook Pages - Its informs you how people are talking about the subject/topic - Example - 24 people are talking about X 5.8k Views.
The World Cup is not only netting record ratings on television—it’s breaking boundaries on social media too. The soccer tournament is now the most-discussed event ever on Facebook, having racked up more than 1 billion interactions from 220 million users between June 12 and June 29, according to Reuters. That puts the event ahead of this year’s Super Bowl, Winter Olympics and Academy Awards combined. In support of the event, Facebook launched a dedicated Page that offers live updates of matches in progress and gathers photos and media reports from the World Cup. The company is in the midst of a
Many of us noticed that Facebook has launched a new feature in celebration of Russia World Cup 2018 – When writing special phrases as a text post or as a comment, new animations appear across mobile and desktop versions once you click them, to help you cheer on your favorite team or celebrate a goal. This feature works for on individuals’ profiles and groups, Facebook Pages aren’t allowed to use the feature yet. Here are all the keywords you need to activate Facebook’s World Cup 2018 text delight animations. Goal Celebration. goal (ggggoal, goaaaal, goooallll, gggoooaalll, etc).
Facebook's top performing groups in 2017, an interesting list, from completely surprising to obvious high ranker's on the social platform. When it comes to Facebook's biggest groups in 2017 the list of the top sixteen performers are a mix of celebrity and obvious high authority sites online. One thing is true for all of Facebook's biggest groups, they have MASSIVE fan followings. It's no surprise that Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is the highest ranking social media website today. Millennials may be spending more visible time on social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram, but big data would suggest that Facebook engagement and popularity is not on the decline. Numbers from 2016 would seem to suggest that Faceboo
Facebook is now full of applications relating to the World Cup (there are well over 100 at the moment). Obviously a lot of them are complete guff but there are a several that are very handy for following the tournament or just for a bit of soccer-related fun. Here are some of our favorites: Fantasy Football Betting – If you fancy a flutter on the World Cup, this application is perfect because it allows you to bet for pretend money. For each match, you bet on who you think will win (or if it’ll be a draw). If you’re right, you win twice the money you put down, if you’re wrong then you lose it a
Average Facebook user has 155 “friends”. 62% of online Seniors aged 65+ are on Facebook and 72% are between age 50-64. 88% of online users of age 18-29 are on Facebook, 84% of those 30-49. 82% of college graduates are on Facebook. 72% of online users of income more than $75K are on Facebook. 85% of Facebook’s Daily Active Users Come from Outside the US/Canada. The largest population on Facebook is from India with over 270 million users followed by 210 million from the US. Brazil and Indonesia both have around 130 million users. Monthly Active Users from Asia are 894 million.
Trending World Cup is a dedicated hub for fans on Facebook to follow the tournament as it unfolds, and it includes: The latest scores and highlights from the matches. A special feed with real-time posts from friends and updates from relevant players and teams. The FIFA World Cup 2014 will take place from June 12th to July 13th, with the opening match in Sao Paolo between Brazil and Croatia today. So be sure to tune in with Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates on all the action for the 64 matches! Are you excited? Because we sure are!
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Facebook publishes a post to straighten out its 'Trending Topics' policy amid accusations of political bias. (TRT World and Agencies). Facebook on Thursday emphasised that it does not permit its employees to block news stories from its "Trending Topics" list based on political bias, amid a controversy over how the social media superpower selects what news it displays. Technology news website Gizmodo on Monday reported that a former Facebook employee said workers "routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers" while "artificially"
Between brand spankin’ new ad formats and its ever-changing algorithm, Facebook is getting its fair share of buzz right now. You know what often flies under the radar for marketers on Facebook, though? Hashtags on Facebook. Despite introducing hashtags on Facebook in 2015, the site itself has been relatively quiet in regard to how exactly they work and what marketers should do with them in recent years. But if you’re wondering if hashtags still have a place on Facebook and whether or not they still work, the answer is a definite “yes.”. Night and day versus the likes of Twitter and Instagram,
The World Cup final on Sunday between Germany and Argentina was a hot topic on both Facebook and Twitter, the companies revealed on Monday. Facebook announced that the game was the biggest sporting event ever on the social network, generating 280 million interactions (which include posts, comments, and likes) related to the sporting event. Surprisingly, just 88 million people were able to generate that much action on the service. Overall, the World Cup generated 3 billion transactions across Facebook during the month it was held. Over 350 million people interacted with others about the sportin
Facebook, Twitter, and Snap are all trying to get rights from Fox that would allow them to play highlights from Russia World Cup football (soccer) games aired in the US, according to two anonymous sources. All four companies declined to comment when contacted by Bloomberg. Fox is reportedly yet to decide whether to offer the rights to one platform exclusively or whether to spread them across a range of platforms. Fox paid $400 million (£310 million) for multiyear World Cup rights, according to The New York Times . Facebook also secured rights to broadcast clips from the Champions League , widely regarded as the world's ultimate football (soccer) competition, while Twitter has also shown major live sports games. More: Facebook Twitter SNAP Fox. FIFA.
Facebook has revealed insights into how its communities on both Facebook and Instagram embraced the World Cup over the last month. The published statistics show that 383 million people on Facebook and 272 million on Instagram were involved in the global conversation, with Lionel Messi coming out on top as the most-discussed player ahead of Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo. Mexico’s Raúl Jiménez shared the most-loved picture on Facebook: a shot of his Mexico team taken after its surprise defeat of Germany in the group stage. Messi changing his profile picture was another post to receive high engage
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Facebook workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers from the social network’s influential “trending” news section, according to a former journalist who worked on the project. This individual says that workers prevented stories about the right-wing CPAC gathering, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, and other conservative topics from appearing in the highly-influential section, even though they were organically trending among the site’s users. Facebook workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers from the social network’s influential “trending” news section, according to a former journalist who worked on the project. This individual says that workers prevented stories about the right-wing CPAC
Leading up to the World Cup, GameOn Technology built a Facebook Messenger app for getting scores and game highlights. But as the World Cup kicked off last month, the app was still on the sidelines, awaiting Facebook’s approval.GameOn isn’t alone. The Information spoke to nearly a dozen An app tied to the World Cup launched after the tournament started because of a lengthy review by Facebook. Photo: AP. Most popular stories this Week.
Peeved about Facebook’s curation of trending topics? Its news feed is reinventing censorship for a technological age, and humans need not apply Bad news: Facebook is censoring the internet every day, warping your understanding of the world around you to benefit its corporate interests, and fundamentally changing the media landscape in a potentially apocalyptic fashion. Good news: that has little to nothing to do with the fact that the human curators of its trending topics feature are a bit sniffy about linking to Breitbart News. The most surprising thing about Facebook’s trending stories is
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Facebook has launched Sports Stadium, a new feature that pulls in live sports scores and play-by-play updates, game info as well as posts and comments from your friends and experts. The social network will now display updates and stats in real time and allow you to comment and share these individually with your buddies. TNW Conference is coming up in Amsterdam. You should definitely be there. See why. The company says it hopes this will serve as a second-screen experience to make it even more fun to watch games on TV, but it could also help keep you updated when you’re not in front of a big sc
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