SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 04: Twitter headquarters stands on 10th Street on November 4, 2022 in San Francisco, California. Twitter Inc reportedly began laying off employees across its departments on Friday as new owner Elon Musk is reportedly looking to cut around half of the company's workforce.
The future of Twitter is very much up in the air right now. Elon Musk recently purchased the company and has made change after change including relieving most of the workforce of their duties. Another hot button has been the removal of “free lunch” for the remaining employees. Over the weekend he reinstated the account of former President Donald Trump. This comes amid rumors the platform may shut down. Over the weekend I saw tweet after tweet of “if this is my last post…”. CEO Elon Musk is attempting to introduce a ‘more hardcore Twitter 2.0’. And to top it off Twitter HQ had temporarily shut its doors until Monday (today), unleashing the previously mentioned pure pandemonium that ensued as some users panicked. It’s no wonder people are thinking the platform could shut down immediately. So what is going to happen to Twitter?
While I can honestly say I don’t use the platform that often, more when I want info on a specific event that’s occurring. There are definitely things that need to be improved upon. I hope that changes can be made and people can be free to enjoy the platform once again. What do you think should happen to Twitter?
If you’re anything like me you’ve spent plenty of hours sucked into watching TikTok. With the advent of 3-minute videos, just a quick couple of videos quickly adds up to a lot of time. Trends come and go on TikTok, and if you’re planning to make a video you better do it fast. But what are the most popular trends on TikTok these days? There is so much to watch from dances to songs, challenges, shopping lists, and more. But it seems like more than anything it’s the music that guides the platform. And TikTok certainly has a massive impact on songs and musical artists these days. Heck, I know every word to a portion of a song before I even know the name or artists behind it.
In order to determine the most popular TikTok song trend Coco & Eve compiled a list of trending songs and analyzed Google Search data to see where each ranked. The most popular song in the U.S. featured in numerous TikToks is Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill. The song regained popularity thanks to the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things. But while that was the country’s favorite song, it didn’t take the crown in North Carolina. Think you know what did? Keep reading to find out. I have to say I’m going with Virginia as the winner for the “best’ song choice. If you know, you know.