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Best Loved Topics on Social Media in 2010

posted 5 Jan 2011, 09:39 by Sam Mbale   [ updated 5 Jan 2011, 09:46 ]

Leading Source of Online Opinions,, Brings to You the Annual Review of What People Most Loved and Hated in 2010

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 01/05/11 -- Adam Lambert has emerged as the best loved topic in social media for 2010, according to Amplicate's annual review of public opinions expressed on social media.

Throughout 2010, hundreds of millions of people expressed their thoughts publicly to their friends and followers across Twitter and Facebook. Amplicate monitors and collates what people say they love or hate, and over 50 million public opinions of adoration or disgust were made on thousands of specific topics. These have been collated to create the Best Loved on Social Media 2010 Trends (

Among the overall top ten best loved topics were also Taylor Lautner, Katy Perry and Ice Cream. Brazil took the place for the favourite country and Family Guy and True Blood were the most loved TV series.

On the other hand, prime place in the hall of shame was taken by spiders and hospitals, but brands such as Comcast and T-Mobile also got a mention in the much-anticipated 'Most Hated' of 2010.

Compared to Twitter's own year in review ( Amplicate shows not only what people talk about, but what people most love and hate. For example, Justin Bieber is the most talked about person on Twitter, however he is only the 8th most loved person according to Amplicate. The MTV Music Awards and Pretty Little Liars were also the most discussed television shows on Twitter, however neither are among the best loved, proving that discussion doesn't always generate actual favour.

Being unsolicited, uncensored and encompassing the complete year of 2010, this is the most comprehensive analysis of public sentiment for the year that was.

About Amplicate: is an opinion-collection and advocacy service with a database of over 50 million opinions from people around the world. Real, unsolicited and uncensored opinions are constantly collected on more than two hundred thousand topics ranging from search engines to software, to music, movies, banking, shoes and cities around the world. For more information on Amplicate visit,