Eurovision 2014 Twitter Statistics. Did you get your Tweet on? Who got the most Mentions on Twitter? Where were the most tweets sent from? What were the Top 5 Hashtags used during the Grand Final? What was the most liked Tweet during the contest and what were the most used languages on Twitter during Eurovision? We have it all for you. These statistics were taken during the Grand Final of Eurovision 2014 on May 10th. So let’s get started.
Highest Twitter Mentions and Handles
Well when it came to the performers taking part in the contest it was a two-horse race. Molly from the UK came second on Twitter with a whopping 140,700 mentions. She was only beaten by the ultimate Eurovision Winner Conchita Wurst who was mentioned a staggering 271,650 times on Twitter.
When it came to the most used Twitter Handles the winner was actually the BBC’s Eurovision commentator Graham Norton (@grahnort) who was closely followed by the BBC’s official Eurovision Handle (@bbceurovision) and then the Eurovision’s own handle came third (@eurovision). When you look at the Top Twitter Handles used during the final the performer whose handle was used the most was Eliza – the German Entrant at Eurovision.
Where Were Most Eurovision Tweets From?
Well it seems that people in the London GMT time zone were the most active on Twitter during the Eurovision Grand Final. A staggering 5,384,678 tweets were posted about the contest during Eurovision. This means that 47,136 tweets were tweeted per minute during the live Grand Final. 44% of all tweets came from countries in the London Time Zone. So the Uk and Ireland were the most prolific users of Twitter on the night. But who was next?
What Was The Most Liked Tweet During The Eurovision 2014 Grand Final?
That honour went to British Comedian Russell Brand who tweeted a picture of himself in a dress paying homage to Conchita Wurst.
The Top 5 Hashtags Used During The Eurovision Grand Final
There were 2 official Eurovision Hashtags used in this year’s contest. First up was #Eurovision and then Danish TV (DR) created the theme of their production #JoinUs. So how did they compare in the Top 5 most used Hashtags used during the Eurovision 2014 Grand Final.
Volume of Tweets On The Night Of The Eurovision 2014 Grand Final
From this timeline graph you can see that as the performers began to take to the stage the volume of tweets being posted increased. However it was the “Busty” performance of Poland’s Donatan & Cleo that caused the first spike in the volume of tweets being posted. This came at 21:45 (CET) as the Polish Women graced the Eurovision Stage. There was a drop after that but then the huge peak of Austria’s Conchita Wurst performing on stage at 21:53 (CET) and then again when she won the contest.
There were 1,124,463 users on Twitter tweeting about the contest during the Grand Final of Eurovision this year. This is a colossal number of people engaging with Social Media during the show. What is interesting to compare are the Actual results of the Eurovision Song Contest versus the Most mentioned Acts on Twitter during the contest. This is where it gets very interesting. Just look at the differences between France, Poland and Norway in how they placed at Eurovision and on Twitter!
What Languages Did People Tweet In During The Eurovision Final?
It is very similar to last year where the UK and Ireland lead the way with English being most used. Ireland is by far one of the highest users of Twitter considering its small population. English, German and Spanish were the Top 3 languages used on Twitter but what were the Top 10?
Who Won More Twitter Followers During Eurovision 2014?
In the period of May 9th to May 11th (days prior to and post the Eurovision Grand Final) the 2 artists that gained the most new followers were Austria’s Conchita Wurst (@ConchitaWurst) whose subscribers increased by a massive 661% and the UK’s Molly Smitten-Downes (@Mollysd) who jumped up 119%
So tell us – Were you tweeting throughout the Eurovision Grand Final this year? I know we were. What were some of the better Tweets you saw? And if you are not on Twitter then why not? Make sure to follow Eurovision Ireland @EurovisionIrela
Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall
Source : Wallblog