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Anticipation is happening: how people on Twitter are prepping for the big game

Want to reach Twitter’s audience before and during the big game? Here are eight audience insights to help you create a relevant message that’s targeted to the right people.

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What’s happening next: how to plan for college basketball’s biggest month on Twitter

As college basketball’s big month approaches, learn key strategies for getting in front of our engaged and receptive audience before, during, and after the big tournament.

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What’s happening next: how to tap into people on Twitter for music’s biggest night

Learn who’s talking about the Grammys on Twitter and what they’re passionate about so you can tailor your campaign to music’s biggest night.

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Why you should connect with Twitter’s audience on Hollywood’s biggest night

Hollywood’s biggest night is a gold mine for marketers, especially on Twitter. Learn who’s Tweeting and what they’re Tweeting about, so you can get in front of one of the most receptive and influential audiences online.

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Why you should start with Twitter's audience during red carpet season

See the best ways to connect with Twitter’s passionate Golden Globes audience so you can successfully plan your award show marketing campaign.

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What’s happening next: Tapping into Twitter’s audience on football’s biggest night

Twitter is the platform to connect with Super Bowl fans. Read more to find out which fans are Tweeting before, during, and after the game, so you can tailor your message to this engaged and receptive fanbase.

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KITKAT uses In-Stream Video Sponsorship to own the NFL conversation

Kit Kat Canada used Twitter’s In-Stream Video Sponsorship and audience targeting to go beyond TV advertising and reach millions of football fans while they were most receptive.

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How the NHL used Twitter to drive Stanley Cup Final viewership

Learn how the NHL drove a 40% lift in TV tune-in to the 2018 Stanley Cup Final through targeting fans with engaging creative.

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How Sonos used Twitter First View and Promoted Trend to break through the pre-holiday tech launch clutter

Sonos harnessed the power of Twitter First View and Promoted Trend to launch its voice-controlled smart speaker during the most competitive month of the year. Twitter helped Sonos generate top-of-mind awareness with consumers and outshine larger speaker brands with bigger marketing budgets.

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