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Posted by on Nov 7, 2012 in Social Networks |

The Obama tweet proclaiming his victory is already the most tweeted of history

The Obama tweet proclaiming his victory is already the most tweeted of history

repeated during the next four years as a tenant of the White House, and the announcement of his victory in the election via his account @BarackObama has become the most in History with more than half a million Retweets.

“Four more years” (four years) and a photo hugging his wife, Michelle, is the most tweeted content in history, with more than 572,700 retweets when this writing.

Besides this curious fact in the history of social networking, according to information published on the official Twitter blog, the “Election Day 2012″ which grouped all the tweets that were sent during the U.S. election day added none other less than 31 million tweets, reaching a peak of 327,452 tweets per minute.

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On Facebook, the thing was different: The publication with the same message and photo on the profile Obama takes the time of this writing more than 2.6 million “likes”, as you can see in the picture above, plus nearly 125 thousand comments.

Who achieved the record to remove Obama? More than a politician should be envious and eager to get over … But I bet some actor or singer will be responsible for the feat snatch 2.0 … Or perhaps a sportsman? It’s about time.

Links:
Election Night 2012 (Twitter Blog)
The ‘tweet’ Obama’s victory is the most ‘tweeted’ history (Portaltic)

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