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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Trends’

Biggest Twitter Linguistic Study Ever Hopes To Discover The Next Viral Sensation

Biggest Twitter Linguistic Study Ever Hopes To Discover The Next Viral Sensation

How does something “go viral” on Twitter? To an outside observer, it might seem like magic – a small group starts tweeting about something, and all of a sudden it blows up across the entire Twitter-verse, and everyone is talking about that so-ugly-it’s-cute kitten.

But researchers are convinced they can discover how new trends develop – tracking the next “twerk” based on the language we use on Twitter.

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Twitter Trends: Now In 50 More Locations, Including Zurich, Jerusalem And Bangkok

Twitter Trends: Now In 50 More Locations, Including Zurich, Jerusalem And Bangkok

Twitter has dramatically expanded the reach of its Twitter trends product with the feature expanding to 50 new locations as of today, including cities in Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Qatar and Thailand.

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Conversation About London Fashion Week On Twitter Reaches Record Heights

Conversation About London Fashion Week On Twitter Reaches Record Heights

Conversation about London Fashion Week (#LFW) on Twitter soared to new levels this year with a rise in tweets of almost 20% compared with 2012.

Twitter and Topsy shared interesting data about London Fashion Week 2013, including highlights from headlining brands Burberry, Topshop, River Island, Rimmel London, Toni & Guy, Topshop and more.

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Twitter Roundup: Best #HappyMonday Tweets

In addition to the royal baby, one of the trending topics of today on Twitter was the always-popular #HappyMonday hashtag.

Below, highlights from the day’s #HappyMonday tweets.

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Twitter Trends Are Now Available In 160+ New Locations

Twitter has expanded the global coverage of its Trends feature, which lets users track breaking news and hot topics that are most relevant to them, to more than 160 new locations, including (and for the first time) Belgium, Greece, Kenya, Norway, Poland, Portugal and the Ukraine.

Additionally, more than 130 new cities have also been added to existing countries that are supported by Trends.

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The Top Twitter Trends Of 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Whichever way you want to look at it, 2012 was a very big year.

The London Olympics, U.S. president election, Hurricane Sandy, Euro 2012 and the Super Bowl dominated news reportage worldwide. Of course, these events also trended globally on Twitter, which has quickly positioned itself as the online water cooler.

So what else were we talking about in 2012?

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See Twitter Trends Now For More Than 200 Cities

This week Twitter announced the launch of Trends in 100 more cities around the world including Istanbul, Frankfurt, Guadalajara and Incheon.

The update means that you can now get access to breaking news in more than 200 locations around the globe.

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Eight Ways To Track Twitter Trends

One of the most significant implications of Twitter is its ability to tap into the zeitgeist.

A quick glance through the platform gives you a reliable sense of “what’s trending” both on- and offline.

When a major event goes down or a big story occurs, more and more people tweet about it and it ends up at the top of Twitter Search as a top trend (check out the top 10 Twitter trends from 2011 here).

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Want To Predict Twitter Trends And Monitor Your Reach? Check Out TweetReach

What if you could track tweet data using a URL, twitter name, phrase or hashtag to predict Twitter trends affecting your brand, your candidate or yourself? Well, it’s only a click away at TweetReach.
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If Twitter, Facebook And Google Were The News, What Stuff REALLY Mattered In 2011? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In the past couple of days, and leading up until the end of the year, we’ve looked at a couple of different infographics that have taken a look at how Twitter and social media have reshaped the way we receive and share news.

However, while Twitter in particular has become a key part of the information curve, that doesn’t mean that every bit of news that trends on the network is of the highest possible value. We might like to think that the biggest events of the year, such as the raid on Osama Bin Laden, the Japanese earthquake/tsunami and the US debt crisis, would have a standing on Twitter that ranked them ahead of triviality and pop culture.

Yeah, we might like to think that. But if the things that trended highest on Twitter, received the most Likes on Facebook and triggered the largest volume searches on Google were the news, the world might look a little different.

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