Coca-Cola keeps the 1st position, how did the others perform?
Recently, we have published the top growing countries on Facebook, so let’s have a look at the top brands on Facebook and how did the rankings change since the beginning of the year.
In our 2010 Facebook Yearbook, we published the top 10 brands according to the last day of December 2010 and their yearly percentage growth.
TOP10 brands by the end of 2010
Do these brands keep their pace or did someone new manage to enter the TOP10 list?
Coca-Cola still remains the number one brand on Facebook, reaching to 29 million fans (+33 % growth). Starbucks lost its 2nd position and moved to the 3rd, leaving the 2nd position to Disney which has now almost 25 million fans (58 % growth) and is narrowing its margin to the first Coca-Cola.
Rest of the brands remained in the TOP 10 list, only Victoria’s Secret got left out and was replaced by Playstation (15,2 million fans) which entered the TOP 10 list in big style with more than 100% fan growth since the beginning of the year!
What does it take to make an impact?
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