Wow, what a weekend. That final World Cup match was amazing! It looked like Twitter was going to take it but Facebook came in at the last moment with a tremendous push! There was, of course, a ton of talent on the field, but I think it was the fan support that really made the difference.
I mean, what’s the fun of playing if no one is watching. . . or in this case. . . talking about it online.
Twitter ended the match with an impressive 32.1 million tweets.
But Facebook claims they fielded 280 million interactions from 88 million people during the final game. That broke the record making it the single most talked about sporting event in Facebook history. (Which pretty much means “of all time”.)