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Keep On Top Of Trends With TrendPedia

With everything that takes place on the web, keeping track of trends can be a tough process. Although Google provides a Trend search of their own, TrendPedia looks to have its place in the trend search market. The front page of TrendPedia showcases the hottest trends from the previous month as well as popular trends from the previous week.

At the top of the site, you are provided three text fields which will add combine all three trend searches into a comparable graph chart. In my test drive, I compared MovableType, WordPress, and LiveJournal.

For whatever reason, I could not get any trend results for MovableType. For LiveJournal and WordPress, the chart showcases WordPress in the lead with 68% of articles around WordPress with 32% dedicated to LiveJournal. Search results for each trend are shown in their own tab at the bottom of the site and consists mostly of blog posts. This means you can use TrendPedia to get a grasp on blogs staying abreast of the latest trends.

I think Google Trends has a nicer interface and a cleaner way of presenting the information but I find TrendPedia cool because of the mentions of blog post in the search results. At any rate, it’s nice to have more than one site in this market.

Author: jeffc

5 thoughts on “Keep On Top Of Trends With TrendPedia

  1. WordPress came in at 73%, Live Journal at 25% and Movable Type at 2% which explains why you can’t see MT on the chart (looking close I can see MT’s line bump up at spots along the 0% level in various places in your chart image).

    Thought you folks we’re going to switch over to WordPress by the way. Whatever happened to that? 😉

  2. I agree that it’s much better for beginners. I’m still learning a lot, so it’s great to be able to go online and find a variety of programs which are easy to follow and setup

  3. Trendpedia is certainly a great tool for people who don’t want to waste time looking for stuff or google trends or don’t know what to look for. It can b great for begginers an casualy users.

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