WWE surpasses 1 billion followers on its social media accounts

 
 

WWE has surpassed 1 billion fans in total on its multiple social media accounts, an impressive feat not matched by any other company.

On Facebook, WWE has a total of 501 million likes with John Cena having more than 44 million on his own making him the most followed active American athlete on Facebook. Instagram is the next most-followed by WWE fans with 226 million followers. On this platform, as with the rest of social networks, a brand, company or person is considered to be more popular the higher the number of followers it has, something that many companies take into account when it comes to bringing carry out a strategy that allows them to gain importance, notoriety and visibility among users of the social network. Precisely for this reason, the buy real Instagram followers is an increasingly recurring action, mainly because it allows improving the level of positioning of an Instagram profile much faster than it would have to achieve those same results manually. Or making use of Galaxy Marketing and advertising strategies.

On Twitter, 221 million fans follow WWE accounts, while 46 million subscribers are on WWE’s YouTube, which is the number one sports channel on the platform with 30 billion views. WWE’s YouTube channel is also the second most-viewed channel in the world behind only T-Series, India’s largest music label and movie studio.

WWE’s 15 social media platforms include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Snapchat, Qzone, Toutiao, WeChat, V+, Weibo, YouKu, Periscope, Pinterest, Foursquare and Tumblr.