Clicking like doesn’t cost anything, but money talks, which ought to make a ranking of the preferences of people using Facebook Credits more valuable than tallies of fans.
Zynga continues to dominate Facebook games, claiming six of the top ten and four of the top five titles in the rankings produced by our peer site AppData.
India’s Bingo Snacks leads this week’s ranking of the most explosive pages on Facebook.
Justin Bieber takes two large steps forward in our engagement rankings this week, but falls just short of the number one contender, Jesus Daily.
While Harry Potter may have had a slight hand this page’s success, the ongoing free popcorn promotion has Yahoo Movies taking the lead this wee
Jesus Daily fans rejoice as they tackle their toughest competition yet to hold on as Facebook’s most engaging page: Harry Potter shattered box office records, but the noise on the film’s social networking home could not successfully outshine the long-standing number one contender.
The popularity of religious pages has lost some ground this week, while a certain pop star has moved closer to the to the top spot on our ranking of engagement.
Question-and-answer applications are red hot this week.
The head of social media Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints explains what makes Mormon religious organizations so successful on Facebook.
Religion continues to motivate the most engagement out of any type of page we rank in our weekly list.