On Twitter, a word, phrase, or topic that is mentioned at a greater rate than others is said to be a "trending topic" or simply a "trend". Trending topics become popular either through a concerted effort by users or because of an event that prompts people to talk about a specific topic

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Twitter trends are in a way an indicator of the topic or intensity of the discussion going on there. Whatever is being said on Twitter is being read, this is the measure of it.Trends are very important in their own right, because they tell which issues, people or places are in discussion.So when it is said that Modi or Rahul Gandhi is trending, it means that more discussions are happening about those people.

Twitter trends are easy to reverse, depending on how many people use a hash tag. While it can be a bit difficult to set a trend as an individual, it's easier to do it as a group. It's easy to make political hashtags a Twitter trend: For example, one side will write Pappu and the other will write Feku and then it will be spread among the supporters. In this way, this hashtag will move from groups of three-four people to groups and then to the general public. Hashtags chosen in a way will explode. The more people who use the above hashtag, the higher will be the trend. But this is a violation of Twitter's rules, because you cannot put hashtags of another topic on the tweet of one topic just to create a trend.

According to the Twitter Guidelines, your tweet should be posted by adding a hashtag word or sentence related to the topic. Since it may happen that many people are simultaneously posting on a popular hashtag and you may not see your post in the common feed. Although it is always present in your own profile feed. It is possible to tamper with Twitter trends, but if found doing so, the relevant account may be removed from search or that account may even be canceled. Let's know what is forbidden to do on Twitter: Inserting a hashtag in a tweet that has nothing to do with its original subject. Repeatedly purposelessly tweeting to show up in search. Copy-pasting the same tweet over and over again by applying hashtags to set the trend. Tweeting about each trend and adding sentences, words to the ad. Tweeting about a trend and pasting unnecessary links along with it.