Track rising trends

Monitor signals across the internet to identify rising trends.








Top News Today

Here are some trendy news today.
House Democrats on Friday released new documents from indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas ahead of the Senate trial that includes new information about the apparent surveillance of former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and additional contacts between…
CNN
Jeremy Herb and Manu Raju, CNN
President Trump sent a scathing indictment of Iran's leadership on Friday when he told Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei to stop killing his people and to make his country "great again."
Fox News
Sam Dorman
Let the trolling begin. Aroldis Chapman became the first current Yankee to poke fun at the Astros’ cheating scandal on Friday. The closer posted a popular GIF on Twitter of Michael Jackson eating p…
Nypost.com
Zach Braziller
SpaceX's Crew Dragon will face a dramatic 'in-flight abort' test that's scheduled to take place Saturday morning. You can watch it right here at 8 AM ET.
Engadget
Richard Lawler
We finally have a good idea of everything that sets these three apart.
Gsmarena.com
Vlad
Former Rep. Chris Collins was sentenced for an illegal stock tip that he gave his son from the White House lawn about a company's failed drug trial.
CNBC
Kevin Breuninger

Use Cases

E-Commerce

Angage, a competitive intelligence tool for e-commerce, uses Treendly to track product trends. E-commerce store owners and dropshippers use Treendly to stay on top of the seasonality of their products.


Venture Capital

VCs use Treendly to stay on top of companies trends and spot new opportunities.






Marketers and SEO experts

Marketers use Treendly to get insights into “hot rising” related queries, and, terms that show trending changes in consumer interest.



Business Owners

If you are required to stay on top of trends in your job, Treendly is probably useful.