2014 NFL Season Kicks Off on Facebook

The 2014 NFL season is here, and the Facebook data team is taking a look at fandom for all 32 teams, along with the total interactions and top social moments from Thursday night’s opener.

The 2014 Emmy Awards on Facebook

6.2 million people had 10.9 million interactions on Facebook related to the Emmy Awards on Monday, August 25th.

The Ice Bucket Challenge on Facebook

The Facebook data team analyzed the viral activity seen on the platform related to the ice bucket challenge between June 1 – August 17. Over 28 million people have joined the conversation about the ice bucket challenge including posting, commenting or liking a challenge post.

2014 World Cup Breaks Facebook Records

The World Cup 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 tournament.

World Cup 2014: Facebook Tops A Billion Interactions

One Billion. That’s how many World Cup-related posts, comments, and likes 220 million people on Facebook have made in the course of conversation since the tournament began on June 12.

World Cup 2014 on Facebook: Group Stage Matches

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.

World Cup Opener on Facebook

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.

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