Track rising trends

Monitor signals across the internet to identify rising trends.








Top News Today

Here are some trendy news today.
Former Democratic Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to federal conspiracy and tax evasion charges stemming from a book deal scandal that led to her resignation last May.
CNN
Devan Cole, CNN
Singer Sam Hunt was arrested early Thursday for allegedly driving under the influence, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by CNN.
CNN
Lisa Respers France, CNN
WeWork said Thursday it is laying off about 2,400 employees globally as part of a broader effort to cut costs and find a viable path forward after a disastrous IPO attempt.
CNN
Sara Ashley O'Brien, CNN Business
An outbreak of hepatitis A in Indiana, Nebraska and Wisconsin has been "potentially linked" to blackberries from the Fresh Thyme chain of grocery stores, authorities say.
CNN
Harmeet Kaur, CNN
Browns DE Myles Garrett is alleging that Mason Rudolph used a racial slur just prior to last week's brawl, sources told ESPN, but the NFL said it found "no such evidence" after looking into the allegation.
Espn.com
The minimum specs to play Valve’s first flagship VR game, Half-Life: Alyx, are higher than VR headsets originally required, and they’re higher than what most of Steam’s current audience has. That’s to be expected, and VR buyers probably have more disposable i…
The Verge
Sean Hollister

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.