Twitter Trending Now Topics List Tutorial
The amount and variety of
topics tweeted about on Twitter is innumerable.
With Twend.it, you can see the most current Twitter trends on the column
of the same name. You can also see the
longest running trends, the most commonly recurring trends and top trends of
the week, etc. etc. The site is however
limited to May in 2010, but we all have to start somewhere.
Twend.it is not bad if
you want to see a few trends, but there is a better and more comprehensive trends
For a start, if you are
looking for the most up to date trends, then the only tutorial is:
Step 1: Check out this website
Step 2: See step 1.
The website is THAT
good. If you are wondering about any
trends, or you are looking for keywords/tags/topics for your twitter post then
this is the website to visit. This website
gives every trend and does it for any location in which Twitter is used. So see what the Bangladeshis are Tweeting
about if you like. The home page may not
be as colorful as Twend.it, but the information is flawless and comprehensive.
You are going to fall
flat if you are putting tag descriptions/ tag keywords in categories that are
popular but unrelated to your posts/Tweets.
I guarantee you that you will only lose followers and that the list will
soon change to some other top trend within possibly hours.
The top spots are always
moving. For example there was an error
on the Diablo 3 game, and it became the top spot for quite a while. Obviously, as the popularity of the game
fades, then so will the error problems importance.
The trends that tend to
rebound back to the top are usually related to the people with the most
followers on Twitter. This includes
celebrities and president Obama at the moment.
Quite often on slower news days, their popularity will begin to
Quite often it is the
news worthy events that become temporary top trends. For example the earth quakes in Japan were at
the top for a while, as was the death of Michael Jackson. Recurrent themes will often be sporting
events, often peaking during their mid to late seasons, providing there is no
big newsworthy event, such as Rooney scoring a goal when it actually matters
instead of when England are playing Doncaster dogs home. There are currently 570000+ trends, so simply
pick one that matches your Tweets.
If you sorely want to tag
your posts as the most popular trend topics, then why not write about it? Ironically you still have just a much chance
of being seen more, because the most popular trends have more people writing on
them (obviously) which means there is more competition for people’s attention.
In short, to end this
tutorial on life, just know that you should simply tag your posts based on what
their topic is. If you are going to play
the top trends game, then you will miss far more times than you hit.