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Paul Schulze
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How well do you dress? – Fashion Brands on Facebook

This week we gathered all kinds of different fashion labels to get an insight into how the brands differ from each other on Facebook, what different posting strategies they pursue and how they try to help their fans with

Loveable bikers and begging cats – Top Posts Week 14

Let’s start the week with a healthy breakfast.

But what do you eat to have a productive monday morning? How about some fast food? French fries and a Big Mac for example. Who wouldn’t love to start their day like this?

Woof! Miau! Cawk! *koalanoise*! – Top Posts Week 13

Welcome to the Fanpage Karma zoo. No feeding!

Last weeks Top Posts were dominated by all kinds of animal related posts. From various posts that were related to chickens…

Goodbye Winter – Top Posts Week 12

Winter is finally over and the first signs of spring can be seen. A couple of pictures already made it into the Top Posts of last week. A beautiful preview of what is coming and what most of us probably have waited fo

A bit of everything – Facebook Top Posts Week 11

Let’s start this weeks Top Posts with the story of a dog that participated in the Iraq war. This post shows him reuniting with the soldier he was with the entire time while being stationed in the middle east. 4 whole

Welcome home – Top Posts Week 10

The most successful post of this week reached a level that is rarely seen. This picture of a little girl who was waiting her father at the airport took Facebook by storm.

A baby called Oscar(s) – Top Posts Week 9

The Oscars got awarded last night and ended up surprising a lot of people. But even though they were a popular topic last week, they weren’t the most popular one. They have to hand that position to the babies of Faceb

Junkfood and Olympics – Top Facebook Posts Week 8

Yesterday the olympics ended. With Russia claiming first place and the US squad disappointing by losing against Canada one might assume that most English speaking Facebook users would just ignore the event. But that’s