Twinword Ideas just added a new feature to help you find what’s trending related to your company, product, or campaign. Under the “Trending” tab in Twinword Ideas, you can enter any topic, name, industry, or keywords to visualize what is currently trending.
Let’s move on. Shall we?
With Hillary Clinton trends, we see that she is currently trending together with Ivanka Trump, the daughter of Donald Trump because of CNN political commentator Amanda Carpenter said that Ivanka is “becoming like Hillary Clinton in the worst ways”. I’ll let those interested to research what she meant by that for themselves as we move onto marketing trends.
If we look for what’s trending for “marketing“, we find a word map showing lots of connection with recent social media platforms like Facebook Live and Snapchat. Recently, there has been a trend of including live streaming in many marketing strategies. Off to the bottom there is cluster linking Wonder Woman, DC, and Franchise Films. This is due to the fact that there was a recent news article that pointed out the lack of marketing for the movie compared to other films in the franchise.
For advertising trends, we see an interesting cluster on the top right linking advertising with Facebook, Google, audience network, and game-changer. Recently, there was an article in Forbes that talks about Facebook’s plan of bringing its Audience Network to mobile web pages to challenge Google.
…and last but not least for all those SEOs out there.
Looking at what is trending along with “search engine“, we see the usual SEO, “search results”. We also see “customer behavior“, “video introductions“, and “page speed industry benchmarks“. As many know, page speed, the time it takes for a web page to load, has been important for search engine optimization for a while now. However, did you know that Google is now currently testing something called “suggested clips” in search results? It is supposed to be like how featured snippets in search results show a short section of a larger web page that directly answers questions searched. The suggested clip is a video and like featured snippets, Google will fast forward to the section of a video that directly answers the question searched. Sounds cool, huh!
If this new feature isn’t enough, you can also get statistics like search volume in list view of the trending tab (see screenshot below). On the right, there is also recent tweets feature that lists what twitter users are talking about on the topic, name, or keyword.
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