Facebook invites to you to share the euphoria of the World-wide one through Trending World Cup
Similarly to Twitter, WhatsApp and Instagram, the popular social network invites its users to use Trending World Cup, with which the fans will be able to share their impressions on World-wide Brazil 2014. This tool on Facebook tries to have good acceptance, because 40% of the thousand 280 million their users of Facebook are almost fanatical of soccer.
With Trending World Cup, the users of Facebook will be able to follow what their favorite selections and players do during the sport joust, which will be available as much in PC as in tablets and smartphones. This new section will include the last results, most outstanding of the parties and everything what it shares and it comments on the Glass of the World on the part of friendly, players and teams. In addition, it will count on an interactive map in which one will be in what it leaves from the world concentrate the fanatics of the main players.
Also, one will include the FacebookRef page, where the fanatics will be able to follow the commentaries on the parties by of The Ref (the Referee), the official rapporteur of Facebook during the match.
Very similar to which Twitter does, Facebook began to unfold the subjects of greater discussion at due moments of the day in the United States, Great Britain, India, Canada and Australia. Now, the users will be able to do it of the world when entering the section of the World-wide one when pressing World Cup in the list of more popular subjects.
He is possible to indicate that Twitter informed the week last in its blog that the only global celebration on the #Mundial will be in Twitter, you can be pending to all the 64 parties, vibrate with each goal and enjoy each second, inside and outside the field .
The previous thing is sample of which now the interaction in the social networks is much greater than in sport events of last years, for example in South Africa 2010, Facebook had only 500 million users, number that ties to the present users whom they identify as fanatics of soccer (people that I have given him likes to an equipment or player), indicated Facebook.
Nevertheless, it is probable that, due to the speed of the Internet in Brazil and to faults of the moving grid, several fanatics remain without being able to publish messages in Twitter or Facebook.
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