Storyclash regularly publishes rankings of Social Media Trends by covering online content with the most social media interactions on Facebook and Google+. Interactions are summarized as likes shares, comments and reactions that trending articles obtain. Storyclash tracks billions of social media interactions worldwide and enables publishers, online media newsrooms and brands to discover viral articles, watch competitors in real-time and make data driven decisions to get more engagement on social media.

The Sun is the top performer in June

The list of the top performing pages in June is not surprisingly headed by UNILAD with an astounding number of 81 million social media interactions. With a plus of 6 million interactions and 8 % in his general performance compared to the month of May, the site remains unbeatable in the leading position. The LAD Bible, with a recent increase of 25%, still holds the second place on the podium with nearly 71 million interactions. Also, the Viral Threat with 63 million interactions didn’t change much in comparison to the previous month.

The main success in the month of June within the Top 15 performing group was achieved by The Sun. With an increase of 30 % of interactions, the site moved 4 ranks up to rank 11. In June, the second greatest triumph within the top 10 performing group was accomplished by The Guardian and Daily Mirror. Because of an increase in interactions of 20 percent, The Guardian was able to catch up quickly and climbed up one place in the classification.

Video about life itself is top post of the month

The Winner of the category „Top Post“ in June is Viral Thread. The post „A teacher taught his students a valuable lesson about life“ is a beautiful video about life itself that achieved unbelievable 2,2 millions of interactions in June, was shared 1,7 million times and received 260.000 likes.

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