Visualizing Trending Topics in Twitter by Brian Solis

Jul 6, 2012 | Publisher: BrianSolis | Category: Technology |  


Visualizing Trending Topics in Twitter By Brian Solis, blogger at PR 2.0 and principal of FutureWorks PR, Co-Author Putting the Public Back in Public Relations and Now Is Gone Twitter is an ocean of conversations that reach the greatest depths of topics and extend into the vastness of conversational ether. Twitter offers live views of trending topics. offers views into live trending, down to the minute (click on live trending next to the search box. Collecta provides a real-time view into trends and conversations in and around Twitter. There are also many, many other tools for tracking trends in Twitter… Twist, now Trendistic recently revamped its services to more effectively help you track, analyze, and chart trends in Twitter. Trendistic provides a visual solution for monitoring trends and also monitoring the performance of keywords within specific conversations down to an hourly basis. You can click on the chart, at any point in time, to unearth the specific tweets containing the particular keyword. (cc) Brian Solis, - Twitter, @briansolis Static and dynamic charts are embeddable (dynamic embedded above using the keywords “Twitter.” The image of chatter below is a screen grab using Skitch. Results are viewable within the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days, 90 days, and 180 days. For those requiring deeper granularity, select a desired portion within the timeline to view the tweets published during the selected time span. (cc) Brian Solis, - Twitter, @briansolis undefined

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About BrianSolis

I am a Principal of FutureWorks, an award-winning PR and New Media agency in Silicon Valley. I blog at PR2.0,, and regularly contributes PR & tech insight to industry publications. I am a published author and an avid speaker on the topic of new marketing and engagement. I am among the original thought leaders who paved the way for Social Media. I am a co-founder of the Social Media Club and a founding member of the Media 2.0 Workgroup.


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