Tracking “Like” Through Facebook

If you have a Facebook account and are active users on the social networking site then you will be familiar with the “Like” button. Facebook users usually express their like for something by clicking the thumbs-up button whether it’s for your recent post, uploaded photos and often times fan pages and applications.

In a move to stay relevant within the social networking circle; Movies with Butter, a movie blog site, has recently launched a new feature calls “Popcorn Index” linking their site with the social networking pioneers and studios with Facebook pages to their movies.

Movies are tracked and ranked based on the amount of “Likes” a movie has on their official Facebook page. There are also several different charts which includes total daily “Likes”, overall “Likes”, and each chart has columns to keep track of their gains and losses in popularity such as today’s ranks, yesterday’s ranks just to name a few. The number of likes however in no way can predict the box office performance of a movie.

Below is a list of 10 most “Liked” films to date:

  1. Katy Perry: Part of Me – 45,734, 618 likes
  2. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 – 34, 824,049 likes
  3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 – 34, 824,049 likes
  4. Titanic – 27,784,042 likes
  5. Step Up: Revolution – 12.928,696 likes
  6. American Reunion – 7,112,611 likes
  7. The Hunger Games – 6,863,169 likes
  8. Beauty and the Beast – 5,689,510 likes
  9. Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D – 4,535,740 likes
  10. Ice Age: Continental Drift  – 3,953,108 likes

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