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Teams participating in the Super Bowl tally impressive page engagement totals on Facebook, but religion ultimately ends January as the dominant trend.
Real Madrid C.F. takes an explosive leap forward in page engagement, but it still cannot crack the tough barrier created by two dominating religious leaders.
Religion takes over the majority of the top five positions in this week’s list. With matches underway for European teams, sports pages’ engagement is also heating up.
Religious pages continue to have the most engagement on Facebook.
Jesus Daily ended 2011 as the leader in page engagement, but how did the holiday impact the rest of the religious pages on the engaging countdown? We’ll also circle the globe and look at the massive surge in interactivity from pages trending within the international pages subcategory.
Religion continues its prevalent influence over the rankings — including Dios Es Bueno’s rebound to econd — and the trend is likely to only increase with the coming holidays.
Jesus Daily leads our list of the most engaging Facebook pages, followed by motivational speaker Mario Teguh and a host of non-U.S. pages, including ones for soccer and religion.
Facebook users have rallied around Real Madrid C.F. in support of the team’s important match this past weekend. But even the most popular sports team in Europe still can’t keep up with the likes and comments that posts on religious pages enjoy.
Faith-based pages continue to engage more people than any other type of content on Facebook, although European soccer also has a lot of people commenting and clicking like.