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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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The rise of ‎ has Canadians looking to brands for info

There’s a lot happening in today’s ever-changing world, whether it’s the latest cultural event, natural disaster, product launch, or hilarious meme. In response, Canadians’ mindsets, needs, and priorities are shifting.

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What’s happening next: 9 holiday predictions every marketer should know

Learn nine trends in the holiday conversation on Twitter so you can customize your campaign to reach our engaged and receptive audience.

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: Video is what’s happening on Twitter LATAM

Learn about Twitter video content for entertainment, sports, and news in Latin America.

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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.

Case Study

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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Outfit envy is happening: tracking the fall fashion conversation on Twitter

Twitter users are fall fashion fanatics, and no fashion campaign is complete without a presence on Twitter. Here we track our users’ conversations and measure every trend, hashtag, and Tweet, so you can effectively fold Twitter into your fashion marketing plan.

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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.

Case Study

How Heinz harnessed the power of Twitter and got 1 billion impressions in 48 hours

HEINZ used Twitter to raise awareness for HEINZ Mayonnaise. By making a Twitter poll asking if they should release Mayochup in the US, HEINZ built excitement, energy, and visibility while creating a positive association with their ketchup. Thanks in part to Twitter, it was one of the most effective new launches in the HEINZ company’s history.

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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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