Twitter Tends for Korea now on Twendr

Twitter has just rolled out Korea as a new trend locations for a total of 153. That’s the “World”, 35 Countries and 117 Cities!

Naturally, Twendr is now following the Korean trends.

just to be clear, by Korea I mean WOEID: 23424868 ( WOEID is the “Where on Earth ID”)

So yes, Twendr is Gangnam Style!!

cross-posted on FalsePositives.


Twendr and Twitter Trends – Now in 41 more Locations for 152 places

Twitter has just rolled out (very quietly this month) new trend locations for a total of 152, up from the previous 111. That’s the “World”, 34 Countries and 117 Cities!

There are 3 new countries are Pakistan, Guatemala and Russia ( with the cities of Saint Petersburg, Moscow, and Novosibirsk)

In Japan, Tokyo has been joined by Takamatsu, Okinawa, Fukuoka, Sendai, Kyoto, Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, for a total of 9 cities.

and India went from just Mumbai to include 5 more cities: Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai

Brazil went from 2 to 4 cities : Manaus, Brasília, Fortaleza, Salvador

and Indonesia went from 2 to 4 cities with Bandung and Jakarta joined by Surabaya and Bekasi

France now has 3 cities : Lyon, Marseille, Paris

as does Germany : Munich, Hamburg, Berlin

and Netherlands in : Rotterdam, Den Haag, Amsterdam

in Venezuela we have the cities if Barquisimeto, Maracaibo, Valencia joining Caracas

Spain includes Barcelona and Madrid

the Philippines now has Manila and Quezon City

for Turkey we have the 3 cities of Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir

Sweden now has Stockholm

Mexico now has Monterrey joining Mexico City

in Malaysia we have Kuala Lumpur and Klang

in Nigeria we have Lagos

Ireland has Dublin

and in South Africa we have Johannesburg

You can see all the glory on

Tool of the French Goverment?

Okay, maybe not quite but, Capteurs (or Sensor) is the newsletter of Service d’information de Government of France and listed Twendr in the toolbox in their June edition.

As translated by Google:

Twendr offers a complete dashboard of the “trending topics” on Twitter throughout the world to follow what concerns twittos. Remember, these “most discussed topics” are the expressions or the most used hashtags on Twitter at a time T and grouped into a top 10.

Displayed in columns, Twendr compares the global trending topics and 111 locations: 31 countries (U.S., France, UAE, Nigeria, Japan …) and 79 cities (Montreal, London, Sao Paulo … ).

For each of these places, we find the top 10 “concerns”, refreshed every 5 minutes. Throughout history, the interface can also monitor the grading on the last hour.

To customize the dashboard, it is possible to display only certain places by checking or unchecking them in the options settings

Vive La France!

Mashable links to TwendR

Mashable’s story Social Media Reacts to Marrakesh Bombing links to Twendr!

As we’ve seen during other major events and disasters, people turn to social media channels to share information, prayers and images. And today people have again turned to Twitter, YouTube and other social sites to share news out of Morocco. Marrakesh (or Marrakech) is a trending Twitter topic in Spain, France and the Netherlands, according to Twendr.

Awesome traffic results! I wish it had been a happier event.

Twendr : Around The Rézo

The french web site “Around The Rézo” or Autour du Rezo has a nice write up on TwendR (post 70 plus) TwendR : un outil en ligne pour connaître les tweets qui enflamment chaque pays. which reads “TwendR: an online tool to find out the tweets that ignite each country.”

TwendR takes the concept of the “trending topics” that are on the official page of Twitter, but with more advanced features.

see the Goggle translate version or read the real deal. Merci beaucoup!

Twendr – Now in 70 more Locations

on Monday April 11 Twitter rolled out 70 more locations to the previous 42 location (the “World”, 20 Counties and 21 Cities) .

Thankfully I had planed for this and it was trivial to to import and support the new locations. But still, OMG!! We now have 111 locations : the “World”, 31 Counties and 79 cities .

The United States now has 48 cities. Only 12 counties do not have any cities. The UK has 4 cites; Canada has 3 (Montreal and Vancouver join Toronto, so we can see Stanley Cup buzz : ) Japan (and Tokyo) are new, as are United Arab Emirates (UAE), Nigeria and South Africa.

poor hamster 🙂