“The Simpsons” topped our list of the fastest growing Facebook pages this week. There was also “Titanic,” the band LMFAO, several sports stars, a few blog-related pages, Miracle-Gro and Android app player for Windows PC BlueStacks.
Pages on our list this week grew from between 285,000 to 1.9 million Likes. We compile this list with our PageData tool, which tracks page growth across Facebook.
|Name||Likes||Talking About||Daily Growth||Weekly Growth|
|4.||I ♥ THE WEEKEND||6,606,346||668,306||+55,773||+539,287|
|5.||Resident Evil 5||655,578||15,711||+177,775||+455,448|
|6.||Last Day of School||6,312,351||661,527||+35,405||+441,777|
|8.||Chicken Soup for …||525,922||5,512||+5,686||+418,915|
|11.||The Truman Show||368,284||358||+113||+364,700|
|14.||Texas HoldEm Poker||59,469,048||538,264||+47,177||+307,692|
|17.||Enemy at the Gates||307,448||242||-72||+291,809|
|19.||I dont care how o…||863,169||364,008||+20,399||+287,133|
As mentioned, “The Simpsons” topped our list with almost 2 million new Likes. A few other movies made the list as a result of what appeared to be page consolidations, as the Likes spiked tremendously over a period of a few days. In the case of Nemo, an updated cover photo seemed to generate activity on the page. Then, “Titanic” was very popular; the page is ripe with all manner of promotions related to the upcoming 3D re-release of the film.
The band LMFAO was second on the list; during the past week the page shared several popular events, including awards nominations, media appearances, a band anniversary and President Obama singing one of their songs. There were two athletes who rode their popularity to our list, Dwyane Wade and Jeremy Lin. There were some fun, unofficial pages that made the list, including I ♥ THE WEEKEND, Forever Alone and I dont care how o… These are often humorous and inspire high engagement by users.
BlueStacks, an Android app player for Windows PC, makes its first appearance on the PageData charts this week. The beta version of the app just went live this week. Miracle-Gro continued to be popular, probably due to its FarmVille integration, since there was no apparent reason for growth on the page alone.