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, 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

Facebook’s data team looked at the volume of global conversation around the entire World Cup Group Stage, from June 12-26, along with the most social matches, most social goals, countries and most-talked-about players. Globally, more than 200 million people had more than 815 million Facebook interactions (posts, comments, and likes) related to the World Cup Group Stage matches from June 12-26. Top 10 Most Social Goals based on those global peak moments – the World Cup goals that generated the most “gooooaaaals” in posts and comments: 1. Javier “Chicharito” Hernández seals Mexico’s win over Cro

Facebook’s data team looked at the overall conversation for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, along with the top social matches and moments, demos, countries, most-talked-about players, and the most-engaging content posted by World Cup athletes. The tournament was a unique moment for Facebook, which measured the highest level of conversation for any event in history. From June 12 – July 13, 350 million people joined the conversation on Facebook, generating 3 billion interactions (posts, comments and likes) related to the World Cup. 88 million people generated 280 million interactions for Sunday’s final

Facebook said in a Newsroom post that Trending World Cup can be accessed via the URL or by clicking on World Cup in its Trending section, located on the right-hand side of News Feed. Or if users’ friends are watching specific matches, clicking on their posts will bring up Trending World Cup. Trending World Cup includes: Scores and highlights from matches. A feed with real-time posts from friends, as well as from relevant players and teams. An interactive map displaying where around the world fans of top players are located. Facebook also announced that starting with o

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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 ‘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

Facebook has launched trending World Cup hub that helps soccer fans to keep in touch with all news and updates coming out of the world cup. The World Cup hub shows the latest scores, highlights from matches and an interactive feed showing posts from playres, temas as well as friends. Facebook announced today through their newsroom says “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.” SEE ALSO: Here we go With Mark Zuck

Facebook is shutting down its ill-fated "trending" news section, a feature that proved problematic in ways that would presage the social media site's later problems with fake news, political balance and the limitations of artificial intelligence in managing the messy human world. Company claims tool was outdated, unpopular; but bias accusations, fake news were also problems. The Associated Press · Posted: Jun 01, 2018 12:35 PM ET | Last Updated: June 1. Facebook says it is shutting down its ill-fated 'trending' news section. (Jeff Chiu/Associated Press).

Twitter and Facebook know that hordes of soccer fans will head online to talk about the World Cup this week, and both social networks want to be home to the conversation. They're each rolling out  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. In addition to the hub, Facebook has also put together an interactive map showing where fans of s

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

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 — Seth Fiegerma

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 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. The company is also launching a page called FacebookRef, where fans can see commentary about the matches from "The Ref," Faceboo

Facebook. This all starts at the Trending World Cup page, which works in a similar manner to Twitter's hub -- albeit with a bit less detail. You can view upcoming matches, but there's no obvious shortcut to find your official team page -- you just have to search for it (e.g., "U.S. Soccer") and look for the blue tick to highlight the official site.  Compared to the other two, there's a distinct lack of structure and effort from Google at the #WorldCup2014 page. In fact, there isn't even one official hashtag -- people are just using whatever tag comes to mind, resulting in something of a mess. 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."

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.

Facebook has launched a hub for football fans to keep in touch with all the news and updates coming out of the World Cup in Brazil. Announced today, the hub shows the latest scores and highlights from matches, as well as an interactive feed showing posts from friends, players and teams. There’s also an interactive map showing which players have the most fans and where they’re located around the world. We’re organizing a decentralized event in London. It’s all about cryptocurrency and blockchain.  Naturally, as one of the biggest sporting events in the calendar, the world’s largest social networking site was always going to want to maximize the time people spend talking about matches and sharing results on its platform, rather than rival networks. ➤ Trending World Cup on Facebook. Featured Image Credit – Shutterstock. Read next: Twitter brings back hashflags just in time for World Cup 2014 kick-off.

Facebook wants to become the biggest media source for the football World Cup in Brazil. The biggest social network says it’ll outperform Twitter, because its 500 million users interested in football is twice the size of Twitter’s monthly user base.  Facebook claims to become 'biggest stadium in the world' for World Cup. Published time: 9 Jun, 2014 15:23 Edited time: 9 Jun, 2014 20:03.

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