Let's face it besides the amazing innovation taking place on all the different platforms for social media animals are extremely popular on these communication channels. The latest infographic by Visual.ly released this Wednesday shows impressive rankings for animals and their side-by-side comparison to us human beings.
Some of the most prolific-according to the infographic-performers for animals on Twitter and Facebook include the following: @boo (cute Pomeranian introduced in 2009), sockington (your everyday household cat), @BronxZoosCobra (Egyptian Cobra that escaped from the Bronx zoo), and the Grumpy Cat (A meme phenomenon).
All of these unique animals have something in common: they are all practically celebrities on social media. All of these animals fill human beings with fascination and they are able to sell themselves well online. Not only are they adored, but anytime you see an update posted on Facebook or a Tweet sent the engagement is off the charts.
Below is a list of the most up to date metrics for Twitter and Facebook for these well-known celebrity animals :
@boo Twitter: 7,623 Followers Facebook: 6.8 million Likes
More Likes than singer Will.I.Am 6.1 million Likes
@sockington Twitter: 1.3 million Followers Facebook: 9.892 Likes
More Followers than Paul McCartney 1.2 million Followers
@BronxZoosCobra Twitter : 190,381
More Twitter Followers than Judge Judy 12,605
@Grumpy Cat 1.8 Million Followers
More Followers than Steve Carell 1.6 million
Animals without a doubt have a great amount of followers, engagement, and success on social networking channels. To view the complete infographic along with other successful examples of animals on YouTube and elsewhere click here.