Treendly is a powerful addition to Google Trends.

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The problem with Google Trends


Google Trends is great for researching things you've heard of. We are great at finding things you haven't.

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.


Mike Rubini

Founder, Treendly


A great addition your arsenal

You're probably wondering what the differences might be between Treendly and Google Trends, so we thought we'd put together an overview.

Search trends
Curated trends
Reports & case studies
Related long tail keywords
Monitor trends over time
Monitor entire industries
Forecasting (beta)
Search trends


New, rising trends curated by our technology

At Treendly, we present you rising trends and early-stage concept, products and ideas in different industries and countries.

Each day our technology scours the web, analyzes thousands of data points and delivers new product and business ideas to you.
Here are some we spotted last week:

A powerful search feature

Search a topic or keyword manually in any country and immediately get an understanding of the type of trend and its seasonality.

Save topics in your own private area, monitor them over time and be alerted when it begins trending.

For any topic, explore related keywords that people are searching on popular websites. There's always a new trend around the corner!

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The case for foot care

April 27, 2020

Here is a topic that is growing in interest: calluses.

Why the trend?

The first reason is that nowadays the percentage of people staying at home has increased, and while at home, people are spending most of their time in sandals or wearing shoes without socks. The more this happens, the higher the chances of developing callus.

The second reason is that, with summer and warmer weather, people go running more. They end up with a common issue for runners, which is calluses. The rough yellowish patches on your feet look ugly, right? It's not comfortable either. Ladies like wearing high heels, but with calluses from running, it’s not pleasing.

The third reason is that, because of COVID-19, people have more time on their hands and more fear of getting sick, so personal care has become a priority.

Home remedies which you can use to treat callus are such as use over the counter pads, soaking your feet, thin thickened skin, moisturize your skin, and wearing comfortable shoes and socks. But, what products can you sell?


Case studies and reports

Understand trends in specific industries by reading our in-depth case studies and reports, packed with actionable insights.

We write at least a case study per week (these days we are averaging one per day) on new rising trends.

Did you know about the opportunity of selling callus removers and foot peel masks?

We also write about early trends like crossnet, a four-way volleyball game that combines traditional volleyball with four square rules, and that's picking up!

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Should you use Treendly?


Which one are you?

E-commerce owner

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 expert

SEO experts integrate Treendly in their research process to find new keywords no one else is covering yet.

Venture capitalist

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.

Business owner

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.

Software entrepreneur

Cart, a competitive intelligence tool for e-commerce, uses our APIs to offer their users the ability to track product trends.

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Employees from Fortune500 companies use Treendly to spot trends..

There's more..

All of our features

New, curated trends

Read, at your own pace, about rising trends we have discovered across different industries. Basically, pre-curated Google Trends on steroids.

Search a keyword, in any country

Search a topic or keyword in any region and immediately get an understanding of the type of trend and its seasonality.

Related keywords

For any topic, explore related keywords that people are searching on popular websites. There's always a new trend around the corner!


See which industries are growing and which declining.

Collections & Case Studies

Understand trends in specific industries by reading occasional in-depth blog posts we write.

Monitor a keyword over time

Track how a keyword/topic performs over time and be alerted when it begins trending. As often as weekly.

Build your own private library of trends

Do your own research and manage your keywords in your own dashboard. Trends you discover are exclusively available to you.

Forecasting beta

See how a trend will likely perform in the next 6 months.

Your competitive advantage

Big companies are modern Goliaths. They have a huge advantage over you: data.
Not only yours. Everyone else's, too.

Think about this: if you're Amazon, you can spot trends easily. You have everyone's sales data from the marketplace.

If you're a small company, unless you just happen to have a trendy product on hand, and someone just happened to have found you, you may never even realize that a trend existed around that product.

Being alerted that there is a sudden demand for a product, might give you a headstart on marketing.

Getting in early is key these days and, just in a few minutes on our platform, you can find a new trend that's worth exploring.

We want you to be David and Treendly to be your sling.
David vs Goliath