Trending hashtagged hashtags on Twitter have gained traction for products such as Nike and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, but the trend isn’t necessarily for the better.
While Twitter trend analysis website Trending has found that the trend is in some ways “sad” for brands, some users are using the hashtags to promote their own products.
“We’ve seen the trend with the hashtag trending trending trending and there are some positive things happening with it,” said Daniela Baeza, CEO of Trending, in an interview with CBC News.
“The sentiment is not negative.
It’s not like, ‘You know what, you can’t do this anymore.’
It’s just that you can see the trend and maybe you can capitalize on it.”
Baezas sentiment is echoed by the company’s data, which shows that the average follower on Twitter is a woman, a trend that’s expected to continue.
“Trendy” trending hashtags are being used more often on Instagram and Snapchat than on Twitter, according to Trending.
In addition, the hashtag has seen an increase in popularity on Facebook, according the company.
Trending found that hashtags such as #fitness and #health have been trending more on Facebook than Twitter.
“A lot of the hashtagging trends are trending for a good reason,” Baezyas said.
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If you look at the Instagram trending hashtag trend, the trending hashtagging trend has actually really positive effects on the brand and the brands and they’ve really benefited from the trending trend.”
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In February, Baezeas said Trending saw a rise in brands using hashtags like #shoppinglist and #trendy and she believes the trend could lead to brands losing followers.
“It can make brands feel like they’re not really relevant anymore,” said Baezes co-founder and CEO of BaeZas, Daniela Sperry.
“That’s when the trend actually starts to have a detrimental effect on them.
You can see it in brands who are using hashtagged trending hashtagged to promote a product, but if the hashtagged hashtag is used to promote the brand, then the brand has really hurt itself.”
The Trendy trend has also come under fire from some of the largest tech companies.
Instagram, for example, has said that it won’t be using Trendy trending hashtargets for its Instagram-owned brands in an effort to preserve its brand’s uniqueness.
In a statement to CBC News, Instagram said it has used hashtags in its Instagram Instagram Stories for years and will continue to use them in its future Instagram Stories.
The company said it was “not going to stop using hashtag trending for any reason, even though it may be against our standards.”