Search the past 15 days to find whether certain keywords trended or not via iTrended. This tool will let you know what topics trended globally, the cities and countries they trended in, for how long and at what positions based on the Twitter trends.
Just go to the iTrended website and type the topics you want to search on the search box provided. And remember to put an asterisk before and after the word or words you’re searching for.
You may also check the official Twitter trend since 2009 and see from a zoomable heatmap where the trends occurred.
Another feature of iTrended is the ability to download raw data through CSV format.
Avail of a free report for your first search. Your succeeding report (one only) will be charged $19. If you need up to 10 reports, the fee is $95 and for unlimited reports, you need to upgrade to the $195 monthly subscription.
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