The team’s owners scored big time with the leadership and enduring commitment to a philosophy that produces winners. It’s a lesson that other CEOs could emulate that I’ll discuss later in this post.
Twitter tweeted that in the final three minutes of the Super Bowl there were an average of 10,000 tweets per second. That is mind-boggling, really – 10,000 x 60 x 3 = 1.8 million tweets.
The Washington Post reported that sports fans sent about 11.5 million comments during last night’s game over social media networks (quoting All Things Digital), about six times higher than last year’s game. The Giants were interacting with fans on Twitter and Facebook before, during and after the game. Read More→