My name is Mike and I am an entrepreneur.
As such, I'm always thinking about the future: what's the next product I can sell? What's the next marketing campaign? The next opportunity?
The more I work, though, the more I realize that my perception is limited and that I'm missing out on good opportunities just because I don't know of their existence.
Or worse, because I'm late to the party.
It's like living in a bubble. You only know about things you know.
In fact, you will never know what you don’t know. There will always be gaps in your knowledge, places where you are absolutely clueless as to your ignorance.
As I wanted to shorten these gaps and understand things out of my bubble, I built Treendly.
Treendly scours the web, analyze thousands of data points and finds proven topics before they take off. Before it's too late for you to act on.
Additionally, you can also search topics and monitor how they perform over time, so that you can build your own private library of trending topics.
Treendly is your exposure to the unknown unknowns.
Get out of your bubble today.
E-commerce store owners and dropshippers use Treendly to analyze the seasonality of new products to sell.
Our data also helps merchants negotiate better deals with their suppliers before they realize they have a trending product.
SEO experts integrate Treendly in their research process to find new keywords no one else is covering yet.
VCs use Treendly to stay on top of companies trends and spot new opportunities. Data can guide their decisions in narrowing down where to focus their funds/efforts.
Marketers use Treendly to get insights into “hot rising” related queries, and, terms that show trending changes in consumer interest.
Affiliates with niche sites and blogs, use Treendly to start writing about rising trends before everyone else and dominate the market.
If you are required to stay on top of trends in your job, Treendly is probably useful for you. Getting in early is key these days and already within a few minutes you can find a trend worth exploring.
Cart, a competitive intelligence tool for e-commerce, uses our APIs to offer their users the ability to track product trends.