The most 'liked' pages on Facebook
Where we shop, and what we consume, says a lot about us, but perhaps popularity is another matter in commerce. Millions may frequent Walmart, for instance, but the mega-retailer may not be held in the most esteem on social media, where our opinions and sentiments are truly reflected.
In fact, not all the world's biggest names are also the most popular on Facebook, a forum people only respond to when you cater them with original content, helpful links and merchandise savings. Who, then, are the most-'liked' companies on Facebook? With data from research firm Likester's AdCenter, click through to find out.
*'Like' totals current as of Aug. 21, 2012.
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