There have been nearly 1.8 million tweets about Pope Francis in the last day, according to digital advertising player and data specialist Amobee Brand Intelligence.
Today you can find pretty much any kind of emoji keyboard your little heart desires, from Star Wars and Ikea to Coca-Cola and Men
What do President Barack Obama, Pope Francis, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indonesia's Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Queen Rania of Jordan have in common? They are among the most powerful political Twitter elite on the planet.
It’s not the sort of branding opportunity that comes along very often. But when the pope picks your car as his ride, yeah, that’s a pretty good day for the marketing department.
Post-Oscars, this was the week when the secret origin of Bitcoin was uncovered—maybe; Fashion Week ended, giving Instagram a much-needed break; and John Travolta became a meme. Jim Cooper, Lisa Granatstein, Michael Bürgi, Emma Bazilian, and in what is sadly her final appearance for us, Lucia Moses, reveal which were wins, fails and WTFs.
This morning on NBC's Today show, Time's new managing editor Nancy Gibbs announced that Pope Francis is the magazine’s 2013 Person of the Year.