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Bands With Most Likes On Facebook

Music consumption and artist appreciation today are far different than what they used to be. While some rock fans may still listen to vinyl records and hang posters of their favorite bands, most use streaming services like Spotify to listen to their favorite artists and social media to follow them.

bands with most likes on facebook

Some of the most popular bands are newer or at least currently active. These artists utilize social media to build and engage with their fanbase. Yet more classic acts from the 1960s and 1970s are still hugely popular, indicating that the most iconic bands will endure for as long as people listen to rock.

Facebook, Twitter and other forms of social media have brought every band that much closer to their fans. Smart rockers are now able to connect directly with their audience with the latest news on albums and touring plans, as well as give fans from across the globe a place to interact with each other. We decided to take a look at the most popular bands on Facebook as determined by that all-important 'Like' button:

Metallica have long been one of the more popular and fan-friendly bands on the web, offering plenty of pictures, video and audio from nearly everything they do. Facebook gives the band one more place to stay in touch, and nearly 20 million of the Metalli-fans have signed on for the updates and to interact with the rest of the 'Tallica fanbase.

Metallica have long been one of the more popular and fan-friendly bands on the web, offering plenty of pictures, video and audio from nearly everything they do. Facebook gives the band one more place to stay in touch, and nearly 20 million of the Metalli-fans have signed on for the updates and to interact with the rest of the 'Tallica fanbase.

This article contains a list of the top 50 accounts with the largest number of followers on the social media platform Facebook.[1][2] As of December 2022, the most-followed page is Facebook App's page with more than 185 million. The most-followed person is Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, with over 160 million followers as of December 2022.[3][4][5][6][7]

The following table lists the 50 most-followed pages on Facebook as of November 10, 2022[update], with each total rounded down to the nearest million followers, as well as the description, and the country of origin of each page.

Just for an anecdote about the current power of Facebook, I simultaneously posted a video to Facebook AND YouTube. By the end of the first day, with no paid promotion, the video had seen way more engagement on Facebook than on YouTube. The video had as many likes, comments, and shares on Facebook as there were total views on YouTube, to say nothing of the total view count for the video on Facebook (which admittedly is unreliable, since it tallies muted videos that auto-play in your Facebook feed).

Facebook has over 1 billion users active on the site every day, so it's no question that it's a powerful source of promotion for your music. Getting page likes is important because it allows you continue to reach your fans. Unfortunately, Facebook's algorithm for displaying content to users heavily weighs their engagement with the source of that shared content, so if your fans aren't engaging with the content you post, the number of fans who see your posts will decrease over time.

Photos are the most commonly engaged-with content on Facebook. The evidence for this can be found in the fact that Facebook has made images as big and eye-catching as possible in your news feed while spending a fortune ($1 billion) buying Instagram.

After you submit your video to the RUPA Google Drive (the link will be emailed to you after you submit the initial Wufoo form), RUPA will upload it to a Facebook playlist. The top 5 candidates with the most likes at the end of the voting process will get a chance to perform live at Battle of the Bands! The total likes from shares and the original post will be counted.

If you bother to make an effort with people, they will bother to make an effort with you. The most highly-engaged audience online in music are acts that engage with their fans, who speak to anyone and everyone at their shows, reply to comments, tweet back and foster a community of looking like they give a shit.

The main Insights page serves as a handy dashboard to view big picture trends on your page. Using the date selector at the top, you can change the date range to view today, yesterday, the last 7 days, or the last 28 days. You can also click any post in the list to view that post on your page, along with its comments and likes.

Does this all really matter? I would say yes since your followers have a better chance to see your content. However, with the way Facebook pushes out its feed they still will see only about 5% of your posts which makes it hard for your fanbase to have engagement & activity on your page which is the most important factor to Facebook and is Usually for most social platforms.

I remember we used to be able to do this without any hassle. Any tips on how I can make this tagged pic (off my music page) the profile pic of my regular account (so that I do not lose the likes, comments, etc.)?

I am having a difficult time with a Public Figure tagging my business page. I have an important post that they need to tag me in in the coming week or so and I need to figure out how to get it to work. We tried everything imaginable last night for a smaller post. I updated my URL and she tried tagging me a few different ways but no luck. Any advice? (

U2 released their career-defining album "The Joshua Tree" in 1987, and rode that success through 1988, when they won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and were riding high from their first stadium tour. They also released a hybrid live/studio album in '88, "Rattle and Hum," which depicted their meteoric rise. They remain one of the most popular rock bands of all time.

For a time, Boyz II Men held the record for the longest-running No. 1 single with their song "End of the Road," which topped the Hot 100 for 13 weeks, from August to November 1992. Billboard named the song the top song of 1992, as well as the most successful song of the '90s. It eventually won the won Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and Best R&B Song at the 1993 Grammys.

When Wu-Tang Clan released their debut studio album, "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)," in November 1993, the world of rap and hip-hop was changed forever. It's regularly cited as one of the most important and influential rap albums of all time, and it is credited with bringing a more underground and hardcore sound to mainstream rap.

In 2009, Facebook scrapped the chronological order of the news feed. Instead, Facebook started pushing the most popular posts that had the most likes to the top of the news feed, rather than the most recent posts.


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