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Facebook has recently published a widely viewed content report.

This report displays the most viewed and shared content on Facebook. Therefore, this report is essential to know what content Facebook users like the most.

Facebook Transparency Report has shared Most Popular Pages and Posts: eAskme
Facebook Transparency Report has shared Most Popular Pages and Posts: eAskme

Most popular content does not have the external link:

Brands and marketers invest their time and money on Facebook to earn traffic and lure customers.

The report shows that 85.4% of views are on posts that do not contain links.

And, even when the link is there, that link is of a Facebook post or page.

Facebook users only consider 2.5% of posts trusted if they are coming from their friends or influencers, 1.2% from groups, 7.7% from pages, and 3% from strangers’ posts.

48.6% of posts with no link are shared by friends or people followed by the users, 18.5% from groups, 8.4% from pages, 7.7% from anonymous posts, and 2.3% from others.

Most Widely viewed domains:

Facebook reports show that:

  • New domains have gained 0.4% feed content views.
  • Posts with links received 14.6% views.

20 most popular domains have gained 2.1% feed content views.

  • youtube.com
  • tiktok.com
  • gofundme.com
  • amazon.com
  • media1.tenor.co
  • twitter.com
  • linktr.ee
  • open.spotify.com
  • nbcnews.com
  • cnn.com
  • dailymail.co.uk
  • etsy.com
  • abcnews.go.com
  • eventbrite.com
  • google.com
  • ranker.com
  • change.org
  • cbsnews.com
  • nypost.com
  • foxnews.com

Most Widely viewed Pages on Facebook:

  • This page was removed by Facebook for violating Community Standards.
  • Thinkarete
  • WomenWorking
  • Do You Remember When
  • Newsner
  • LADBible Australia
  • The Dodo
  • 3AM Thoughts
  • 97.1 QMG
  • Eric Alper
  • Woof Woof
  • Sarcastic Honey
  • Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons
  • STUDENTbible
  • UNILAD
  • BithiriSathi Fans
  • Tyla
  • Daily Mail Video
  • Lessons Learned In Life Inc.
  • Selindy Bae GH

Most Widely Viewed Facebook Posts

Conclusion:

The Facebook report of the 4th quarter of 2021 has revealed that posts without links perform better than posts with links to external sites.

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