Top 2014 Winter Olympics Hashtags

Top 2014 Winter Olympics Hashtags

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi Russia have generated millions of tweets on hundreds of hashtags. Top Hashtags for the games register timeline deliveries/impressions well  into the billions.

So which Hashtags are currently in top position to bring home Olympic Gold?

At the time of this article being written (Feb 17,2014) here’s some stats and information about  some of the Top 2014 Winter Olympics Hashtags being used worldwide.

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#Sochi2014, #Sochi, #Olympics2014 are the catch-alls of choice for hashtagging the Winter Olympic Games with #Sochi2014 winning as “most specific with least characters” as well as most use, by a mile. Over 3 million tweets and billions of timeline deliveries.

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#TeamUsa wins Olympic Gold for team tweets and team spirit, leading the pack of nations that are sharing news, stories and well wishes with a hashtag. #SochiProblems has been going strong since the start of the games – part politics, part humor, and part vent – this is the hashtag that has given voice to complaints of every variety.  The #OpeningCeremony hashtag took off on the first night of the games and though use has dropped off, generated overwhelming enough volume that it is still in the lead. Ed Note: we will be watching the #ClosingCeremony hashtag closely this weekend.

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Canadians have made their (hashtag) mark on the Top Hashtags of the 2014 Winter Olympics list with both #TeamCanada and their slogan #WeAreWinter.  #WinterOlympics is another generic reference that is getting widely used for classification.

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Rounding out the top dozen are a location tag #Russia, surely the talk of many tweets, and reference to #USAHockey (team/event) and #CBCSochi (broadcasting company).

We’ll continue to watch hashtags as the games unfold, and will be interested to see which Hashtags remain on top.

Follow over 425 Olympics Hashtags on the Hashtracking Super Tag Leaderboard: Winter Olympic Games Edition

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