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Derek Jeter’s Last Selfie in New York Yankees Uniform

September 29th, 2014

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Samsung part of Twitter history at the Academy Awards

March 3rd, 2014

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Ellen and friends make history at the Oscars by becoming the number one retweeted picture shared on Twitter.
Beating our POTUS and wife pic of 2012 fame titled Four More Years.

In the picture with Ellen DeGeneres @TheEllenShow  Jared Letto @JaredLeto, Jennifer Lawrence @JLdaily, Channing Tatum @channingtatum, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Kevin Spacey@KevinSpaceym, Brad Pitt, Lupita Nyong’o @Lupita_Nyongo, Angelina Jolie, Bradly Cooper,

Samsung part of Twitter history at the Academy Awards.

Katy Perry Roars To 50 Million Followers On Twitter

February 10th, 2014

 

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Congrats to Katy Perry on being the first to have 50 million followers on Twitter. Do you remember just a short time ago when Katy Perry was not even a blip on the Twitter list. She made her climb to the top of the list back in 2011 when she was 3rd only to the likes of Justin Bieber @justinbieber and Lady Gaga @ladygagaTwitter 10 Million Follower Club: Barack, Britney, Katy & Kim  Things have change drastically since then and now Katy stands alone at the top at just over 50 million followers. Lady G has fallen out of the top 3 down to 4 and has been replace with our POTUS @BarackObama at number 3.

Who will be the first to reach 60 million followers? Could our President finally make it back to the top slot or will the Biebster finally grow up and become the Big Dog of the Twitterverse.

What do you all think?

All the best.

JB

 

Super Bowl sets Twitter records – CNN.com

February 3rd, 2014

social-marketing firm AddThis

via Super Bowl sets Twitter records – CNN.com.