AllFacebook’s 10 Most Liked, Retweeted Posts Of 2012

As 2012 ends and 2013 begins, AllFacebook looked back at its top 10 stories in terms of Facebook likes and retweets on Twitter, and the most surprising thing we found was that not a single post appeared on both lists.

Here are the top 10 AllFacebook posts of 2012 in terms of Facebook likes:

  1. Users Can Bypass EdgeRank, Opt In To See All Facebook Page Posts, 2,900.
  2. Facebook Launches Organ-Donation Tool, 1,800.
  3. Timeline Remove Browser Plug-In Sort Of Brings Back Old Facebook Profile, 1,700.
  4. WARNING: Privacy Notices In Facebook Status Updates Are Still A Hoax, 1,600.
  5. Man Fools More Than 500,000 Facebook Users Pretending To Be Lottery Winner, 1,500.
  6. Hoax Facebook Privacy Notice Goes Viral, 1,400.
  7. After SOPA, PIPA, Why’s Facebook Liking CISPA?, 1,400.
  8. Facebook Tests Pages Feed, Letting Fans See All Posts From Pages, 1,200.
  9. Hackers On How To Prevent Your Facebook Account From Being Hacked, 1,200.
  10. Would Facebook Users Pay To Highlight Their Posts? Should They?, 1,200.

Here are the top 10 AllFacebook posts of 2012 in terms of retweets:

  1. UH, OH! Facebook Pages Only Reach 17% Of Fans, 931.
  2. 10 Things You Need To Know About Facebook Right Now, 869.
  3. Facebook Ads Have 35 Times The Reach Of Google, 743.
  4. Half Of Facebook Pages Have Less Than 256 Fans, 702.
  5. The Complete Guide To Facebook Timeline Pages, 697.
  6. Gap, Nordstrom, J.C. Penney, Gamestop Close Facebook Storefronts, 650.
  7. How To Get More Likes And Comments On Facebook, 614.
  8. 7 Tools For Updating Facebook Timeline Pages, Profiles, 608.
  9. Facebook Might Launch Job Search Feature, 602.
  10. Facebook Plugins Keep People On Websites 50% Longer, 598.

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