Using current Data Driven Insights, we’ve created a ranking of German car brands that have captured the most interactions across Facebook over the given time period. All reactions to online content such as comments, shares, likes and other emoticons are summarized as interactions. In order to ensure a clear comparison of the individual car brands, only German-language Facebook pages are considered in this ranking; international accounts cannot be considered! Here are the results of this month’s Automotive Ranking Germany.

Audi wins the race ahead of VW and Mercedes-Benz

Audi Deutschland takes the top spot this month, followed by Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz DE in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. Alfa Romeo (38.104 total interactions) and Opel Deutschland (35.823 total interactions) climb further in the ranking, keeping BMW (33.388 total interactions) out of the Top 5. The Top Post for May goes to Volkswagen, who posted a picture on Facebook of a concept barbecue cart called the Volks-Bollerwagen—it comes with a built-in grill, drink cooler and sleek rims, perfect for the summer!


Note: You can switch between the different content-types in the Top Posts section below. You can also click on the posts to view them.

Note: Some posts are older than the month in question, but still have enough interactions in that period to be ranked.

About Storyclash

Storyclash is a social media monitoring tool for online media, agencies and brands that shows the distribution of content across social networks in real time. It records how often both your own contributions—and those of any number of competitors—are shared, liked and commented on. In addition, within minutes, Storyclash recognizes viral contributions around the world, enabling rapid response to trends. Thus, maximum reach and relevance in social networks can be achieved.

Convince yourself of Storyclash Insights and watch in real time to see which pages perform best (no registration required)!

Start Now!

Related Posts

Follow us: Facebooktwitterlinkedin


Tagged with: