Twitter summarizes 2012 in tweets
We finished the year, and companies are beginning to make their accounts of what happened during this 2012. Twitter created a special place for this account, which includes various events of the year that were shared through the social network of 140 characters.
Some interesting highlights:
- The most tweeted tweet was “Four more years” sent by Barack Obama when he won reelection with almost 300,000 816,929 retweets and favorites.
- The event generated more tweets were the Olympics, generating 150 million tweets in 16 days. The presentation of the Spice Girls generated 116,000 tweets per minute, while Usain Bolt’s victory in 200-meter dash generated 80,000 tweets per minute.
- EURO also highlighted where Juan Mata’s goal in the match in Spain against Italy generated 267,200 tweets per minute.
- SOPA and PIPA laws also highlighted. The first term increased from 106,000 to 3,500,000 mentions in 24 hours, while the second increased from 86,500 to 655,500 over the same day.
- Twitter also said things that happened only through the social network, as tweeting live from NASA to the decline of Curiosity on Mars, the account @L2012PoolCam images showing underwater pool of the Olympic Games, and the tweet James Cameron from the deepest place in the Pacific Ocean .
- There is a very interesting list of trending topics of the year according to theme , but are dominated mostly by things that happened in the U.S., such as elections, the super bowl, complaints against AT & T and others.
- Among the new people who joined the social network is Pele , the Pope and Neil Young , among others.
Twitter also added an option to view the most important of your year on Twitter, using your own information. Just sign here and the system will generate the report automatically.
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