We’ve just released a small, but very notable update to Trendsmap Plus that now allows you to select specific types of trending words on the map. Now you can just see the Trending hashtags, and users, or just the words etc. There is a new control in the top right of the map that allows […]
We have been busy with a number of changes to Trendsmap.com, as well as planning into the future. For those that want the short version of the changes: Addition of Trendsmap Plus, subscription version of Trendsmap with much, much more information. You need to now sign in via Twitter to get some information, including live […]
Since we introduced our first country based ‘local’ pages, we have had numerous requests for other countries to be added. Recently however we added many, many more specific country pages. New countries added are from across the globe; Europe, Asia, Americas and beyond. We now have 107 more countries with local pages listed, bringing the total […]
As many of you will have noticed over recent weeks, you can now sign in to Trendsmap via Twitter: ‘Why would I do that?’, you may ask. Here are a few new things you can do on Trendsmap if you sign in: Find something interesting? Now you can quickly and easily retweet it. Easily follow […]
Now you can have the Trendsmap experience on your public-facing website or blog, allowing you and your visitors to see at a glance the trends in your area of interest. You can now sign up from our products page. A test embeding of a widget for London, UK can be found here. More embedding options, […]
Change is afoot! For those who have noticed (and those who haven’t), we are making some changes to the Trendsmap site at the moment. There are more features, better interface and more in the pipeline! There has already been some minor layout changes and some new information on our variety of products. Some of you […]
Since Trendsmap launched in 2009 we’ve gone from processing about four million tweets a day to dealing with more than 80 million tweets a day. With this dramatic rise in the number of tweets, the extraction of videos, images and links has struggled to keep pace, that is until now. Processing of these has now […]
It’s been a while between updates but we have have spent that time teaching Trendsmap five more languages and launched more than 240 new location pages. New languages Trendsmap can now natively process Arabic, Turkish, Russian, Italian, and Swedish tweets in addition to the existing ones of English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, and Dutch. This […]
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