Top ten social media stars
10th place: Joselu (Hannover 96): The Spanish striker is the most socially active player at Hannover 96 and comes in tenth on our list having made 61 posts across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter between 1 February and 6 March this year
9th place: Rafinha (FC Bayern München): Bayern defender Rafinha rarely misses an opportunity to update his Twitter feed, doing so in German, English and Portuguese. He made 63 posts.
8th place: Jerome Boateng (FC Bayern München): Boateng posted 65 times in between 1 February and 6 March, usually on Twitter, including this cracking 'Throwback Thursday' effort featuring team-mate Mario Götze
7th place: Franco Di Santo (SV Werder Bremen): The Argentine striker, who almost always has a smile on his face. His 66 posts came mainly via Twitter and in English, German and Spanish
6th place: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund): One of league's true entertainers, on and off the pitch, the Gabonese international posted 68 times on social media, including this picture on Instagram in which he thanked team-mate Marco Reus (c.) for another assist
5th place: Holger Badstuber (FC Bayern München): Throughout his long spell on the sidelines (December 2012 - September 2013), Holger Badstuber constantly kept his fans notified of his progress as he battled back to fitness, and that continued with his 74 forays onto social media
4th place: Ermin Bicakcic (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim): 'Iron Ermin' regularly tweets himself but retweets just as many messages from his fans, often ones from admiring female fans. This Bundesliga heartthrob posted 77 times on social media
3rd place: Luca Caldirola (SV Werder Bremen): Bremen's Italian defender often gets creative with his posts - he made an impressive 80 posts in our approximate one-month window
2nd place: David Alaba (FC Bayern München): Bayern's Austrian international is approaching a million followers on Twitter, which comes as no surprise with posts like this. Alaba was active 106 times between 1 February and 6 March
1st place: Mario Götze (FC Bayern München): The 22-year-old joined the superstar elite by scoring the winning goal in the FIFA World Cup final last summer and currently has almost 10 million fans on Facebook, as well as close to 2.5 million followers on Twitter. He posted 113 times across his various platforms.