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The European Tour’s clever trick to spread the word about Oliver Fisher’s 59

Oliver Fisher posted a stunning 59 at the Portuguese Masters, and the European Tour’s Twitter account took full advantage.

Matchday Four: Premier League Twitter Club puts the weekend in context

Every week, Digital Sport and IQUII Sport bring you a run down of the Premier League weekend on social media – here’s the best of matchday four.

Sporf’s Nick Speakman on the state of social media ahead of SportsPro’s TBC

SportsPro’s TBC takes place later this month, where Nick Speakman of Sporf will give his verdict on the state of the social media landscape.

Twitter data shows Man United are still the most ‘entertaining’ team around

It may have been an awful evening for Manchester United, but it certainly showed their ability to get social media talking.

Chelsea v Arsenal shows Premier League action still draws eyeballs

Data from IQUII Sport shows which Premier League football clubs had the best weekend on Twitter during the second matchday.

Adidas and Twitter team up to stream high school American Football

Sportswear brands aren’t usually involved in live-streaming content – but could this be the start of brand engagement with the broadcasting side of things?

Digital Sport London: The importance of Influencer Marketing in a changing world

Brands and influencers have worked together for years, but in a changing world where trust is becoming paramount, how can we ensure that they can continue to work together to everyone’s benefit?

How Manchester City v Arsenal thrust social media front and centre

Arsenal v Manchester City was the biggest match of the weekend – and it thrust social media into the spotlight afterwards.

Man United and Wolves made the biggest splash as the Premier League returned to Twitter

The Premier League is back – but according to the numbers, who had the best weekend on social media?

Cristiano Ronaldo transfer will show how much digital reach equals financial revenue

Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus is justified by the numbers, but this will show how much power digital media has to drive revenue indirectly.