Ad Age and HootSuite’s Top 10 Twitter Trends of the Week, Volume 26

By Andy Au • 2 years ago • 1 Comments

Ad Age Infographic: Twitter Week in Review Volume 26
Ad Age Twitter Trends of the Week, Volume 25 – Click to Enlarge

The Twitterverse moves fast. It’s a world that measures time in seconds versus hours. Nonetheless, important things are constantly happening, and interesting trends are always emerging that can be missed in the blink of an eye (or a busy Twitter-less day on the job).

So each week, stay in the loop and take a look at the Twitter Week in Review chart that we publish in partnership with Ad Age. The top terms and hashtags from the past week are highlighted, and reveal some major things that people all over the world were talking about in the recent past.

Last week’s chart is right over here.

So what were some reasons behind these trends last week?

Ad Age Twitter Trends of the Week, Volume 26

This week’s Trends of the Week felt representative of the Twitterverse with a mix of pop culture, tech, business news and global events. For additional Trend definitions, check out Ad Age’s article and at What the Trend, a HootSuite company.

Andy Williams
American singer, Andy Williams was trending last week when news of his death was reported. The ‘Moon River’ crooner was diagnosed with  bladder cancer in 2011.

25-S
In stark contrast to Día Internacional de la Paz or International Day of Peace which was also trending this week, September 25 2012 saw protestors clashing with police near Parliament in Madrid, Spain. More than 1000 officers were out on the streets as demonstrators protested the proposed European Austerity policies. Images of the violent protest were wide spread via television coverage and social media.

Google Maps
Google Maps found itself trending this week, benefiting from two stories:

  1. The release of Google Maps underwater street views.
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook suggesting consumers try non-Apple map apps.

Help HootSuite’s What the Trend define trends by following @whatthetrend.

Author: Andy Au

Andy Au has written 150 posts for the HootSource blog..

As a member of the HootSuite marketing team, Andy currently manages HootSuite's paid social media advertising program. He makes, manages and markets content for HootSuite.

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Francisco abril
Francisco abril

25 S Madrid It is a shame that a few violent protesters tryed to get into Parlament backing up the protest with austerity measures. Not good for Spain's credibility those images

@cacoabril

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