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Coca-Cola and Samsung Ready For Summer Games 2012
According to our Facebook statistics, the Coca-Cola Page gained an incredible 1 158 291 new Likes in the last week but due to the fact that over half a million are from July 3rd, it could have merged with another Page.
Or maybe it was the excitement around the Summer Games 2012. Coca-Cola is an Olympics Worldwide Partner and it created a dedicated Facebook application called Move to the Beat to support its campaign for a more active and healthier lifestyle. Facebook fans can collect, share and add different beats to Coca-Cola´s official song for the UK Games to create the largest musical collaboration in history! What makes the song even more special is that it captures sounds from different sports in action. Now that´s the spirit!
The app also says that it is best experienced on Samsung´s new smartphone Galaxy S III who is another Olympics Worldwide Partner. So no wonder that the Samsung Facebook Page also got into the Top 5 fastest growing brands on Facebook! For more Facebook statistics, click here!
Samsung´s New Smartphone Still Dominating Twitter
Samsung Mobile is leading an intense campaign for the new smartphone across social networks, promoting new features, design and releasing interesting applications. As an official sponsor, it provides its fans with a special Olympic Games app and it also launched an interesting one on Facebook called Know Yourself…and the Galaxy S III. It´s supposed to reveal the “Facebook You” and your “social self” along with the ways that the smartphone can help you share your world. For more Twitter statistics, click here!
Rovio Entertainment Released Trailer To New Game
The creator of Angry Birds released an official teaser trailer for its new game called Amazing Alex on the Rovio Entertainment YouTube channel. The video has almost half a million views and fans are looking forward to the launch of the game in July this year on iPhone, iPad and Android. For more YouTube statistics, click here!