The information shows how the public instantly reacts to events and with the increase of mobile web are able to instantly search for topics as they happen.
(PRWEB UK) 25 February 2013
The biggest film awards show of the season, The Oscars, took place on Sunday in Hollywood prompting Google to publish the most searched for nominees and celebrities for the night.
The most searched nominee was Jennifer Lawrence followed by Daniel Day-Lewis and Anne Hathaway. Epic 3D adventure film Life of Pi was forth, followed by musical Les Misérables.
Jennifer Lawrence was also the most searched for red carpet dress followed by Anne Hathaway, Halle Berry, Charlize Theron and then Jessica Chastain.
Meanwhile on Twitter, there were 8.9 million tweets about the Oscars. 2.1 million tweets were sent during the red carpet and a further 6.8 million during the awards show.
Argo winning Best Picture prompted the most conversation on Twitter, with 85,300 tweets per minute followed by Adele performing Skyfall generating 82,300 tweets per minute.
Ben Austin, Managing Director at SEO Positive, has responded to the news:
“The information shows how the public instantly reacts to events and with the increase of mobile web are able to instantly search for topics as they happen. It highlights how reacting to breaking news and events instantly can be a way to tap into a new audience and be noticed above the competition.
“This could also be applied to Twitter in terms of live tweeting. The Oscars prompted a huge amount of conversation on the social networking site, and joining conversations such as these can be a huge help to increasing a businesses’ visibility.”
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