World Cup 2010 Social Media marketing strategy analysis of Multimedia marketing strategies conducted by media sources to leverage assets to increase market share.
Online PR News – 22-June-2010 – – World Cup 2010 Social Media marketing strategy analysis of the Multimedia marketing strategies involving major online newspaper, radio and television sources. Multimedia sources applying Social Media strategies aimed at acquiring a share of the online traffic generated by the global popularity of the 2010 World Cup. The first World Cup to take place during the tremendous growth of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, other multi faceted social networking resources and the implementation of Google Caffeine's real time search results.
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This bracket features Social Media marketing strategies being conducted by major Multimedia sources that are leveraging their existing assets to increase market share through the global popularity of the World Cup™.
The BBC and their World Cup™ Social Media based coverage. Includes an interactive map where fans can share how they are celebrating the 2010 World Cup™. An online album where fans can their photos of the 2010 World Cup™. Real time news, a live Twitter feed, custom videos and coverage of all 32 teams.
ESPN and their World Cup™ Social Media based sports coverage. Includes live fantasy games and a multitude of contests that promise cash prizes. A selection of videos featuring famous past World Cup™ winning moments. Live Twitter feeds, online mobile access to view the games, specialized mobile applications and Blogs.
The NY Times and their World Cup™ Social Media based news coverage. Includes live heat maps of the matches in progress with scores, field position, and actual player touches. A 'Blog Roll' listing World Cup™ related Blogs from many countries across the globe.
Fox Sports Network and their World Cup™ based news and sports coverage. Includes an interactive World Cup™ map of 'countries, teams, venues and more'. A Blog of the day, mobile phone Soccer applications, and a World Cup™ outcome predictor.
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