Every month, we track the top 25 Facebook pages with the most likes, according to PageData. In our first PageData leaderboard of 2014, we see that Coca-Cola has passed YouTube to move into the No. 5 spot.
While Facebook for Every Phone and Facebook always generate tons of likes, this month’s chart shows that Shakira, Vin Diesel and Candy Crush Saga also added hundreds of thousands of fans in the past month.
Click below to see a full list of the most-liked Facebook pages. Here’s the list from December 2013.
Many Christmas revelers will be adding a little something to their coffee, cocoa or other mixer this holiday season to liven up the party. But what is the alcohol of choice for Facebook users?
Russian vodka Smirnoff has the most likes of any wine/spirits Facebook page, beating out Bacardi by 3 million likes, according to PageData. However, in the past week, Johnnie Walker whisky has added more than 72,000 Facebook fans.
Click below to see if your favorite spirit made the list.
One of the fastest-growing Facebook pages belongs to The Fast & The Furious star Vin Diesel. The page has gained 2.1 million fans in the past week — the most on our monthly leaderboard outside of Facebook for Every Phone.
Look below to discover the 25 Facebook pages with the most likes, courtesy of PageData.
Every month, AgoraPulse tracks a few industries in terms of Facebook page performance. Among the verticals this month? Artists, jewelry/watches, home decor, spas, church/religious organizations and travel/leisure.
While Facebook pages dedicated to jewelry had a higher fan count, artists, home decor pages and pages for religious organizations were better for engagement in October. Want to see how other industries performed? Check out the infographic below.
Facebook users love sports. During the World Series, the champion Boston Red Sox drove more than 32 million interactions on the social network by 11 million people. Facebook noted that there were more than 100 million interactions about the NBA Finals, which were won by LeBron James in the Miami Heat.
Now, Facebook has teamed with SportStream to make some sense of all the chatter. SportStream yesterday announced the launch of SportsBase, a platform powered by Facebook’s Application Programming Interface. With this program, broadcasters and writers can show in real time how fans are discussing the game on Facebook.
Facebook has apparently improved the process by which a page owner schedules a post, as first noticed by Jon Loomer. Previously, to schedule a post from a Facebook page, the admin had to drop down to select day, month, hour and minute. Now, page owners can just select date on a calendar and a time — much like booking a flight.
The biggest problem faced by many Facebook page admins is how to get more engagement. You can try posting more photos, more status updates, inviting fans to submit content … and still not move the needle. It really comes down to discovering what your fans respond to (and when).
SIM Partners recently published an infographic showing some ways that Facebook page owners can stir up some more engagement.
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