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Top 10 Irish Twitter Trends (November 20th – November 26th 2017)
by Arielle McConneaughey on 27/11/17
Each week Olytico tracks the trending Twitter Topics in Ireland. We specialise in social media listening and analysis, helping our clients make well-informed, performance-driven decisions based on Olytico insights. To find out more about our services click here.
The Top 10 Twitter Trends in Ireland from last week (November 20th – November 26th) are summarised below.
Advertising and creative agency, Rothco, began a campaign in hopes of raising awareness and brand association for the GAA Senior Club Championships. The GAA Senior Club Championship’s fans and speakers tweeted in their excitement and admiration for the movement.
— Roisin Glynn (@RoisinGlynn) November 22, 2017
Enjoyed #TheToughest. Feared it would be a 'GAA good, everything else bad' style show. Shame it wasn't longer.
— Owen Cowzer (@OCowzer) March 12, 2015
Light Up a Life began their campaign in 1992 in hopes of raising money for urgent patient services and facility improvements. The campaign allows people to sponsor a light in memory of a loved one. Daniel O’Donnell and a few other entertainers enthralled the crowd with their performances during the event.
— PollyT (@pollyt22) November 26, 2017
What a fantastic kick off to the Xmas – #lightupalife @ourladyshospice Harold’s X @IanDempsey was as always a brilliant MC and Daniel O’Donnell entertained wonderfully as did the lovely choirs earlier. pic.twitter.com/YQkLFSd5HH
— Gavin Duffy (@GavinDuffy) November 26, 2017
Basketball Ireland is the nations governing body for the Super League. The league is the top tier men’s and women’s basketball league in Ireland. The league began in October 2017 and will run through May of 2018. Fans of the league post their support for their teams throughout the tournament.
— Basketball Ireland (@BballIrl) November 25, 2017
League table after last night’s game. We are tied 1st with Thunder with a game in hand. 11 games is the halfway point of what has been one of the closest and most interesting leagues in years. Lots of twists and turns still to come. #ThisIsSuper pic.twitter.com/B9YnxgGrm7
— UCD Marian (@UCDMarian) November 26, 2017
CongRegation is one a day technology festival. The event offers an opportunity for forward thinkers to discuss how people innovate, what other countries have done, and the psychology of managing change through what Ireland can do. Participants shared their experience on Twitter.
— Dermot Casey (@dermotcasey) November 26, 2017
— Dermot Casey (@dermotcasey) November 24, 2017
— David R. Pollard (@DavidPollardIRL) November 24, 2017
One of RTE’s programs, The Week in Politics, discussed various political topics along with interviews on last week’s show that had viewers expressing their concerns throughout the week.
The cabinet of clusterfooks…
Seriously, name one cabinet minister you can say is doing well in their brief? I can't ever remember a government so patently out of their depth. And that is saying something after the country lost it's sovereignty #twip
— Mick Caul (@caulmick) November 26, 2017
#MauriceMcCabe was one of their own, just imagine the things they have done to ordinary civilians?
How many innocent people have they framed? #twip
— Revolution🐊 (@Revolution_IRL) November 27, 2017
No no no there was a concerted effort to undermine the truth about homelessness . Taoiseach, Ministers, chair of housing agency & head of dublin homeless agency all targeted homeless people & those trying to help them #twip
— David Hall (@davidhall75) November 19, 2017
The Galway Science & Technology Festival collaborates between local industry, local education and government agencies to successfully showcase Galway as a city of science, technology, engineering, art and maths. Event goers tweeted their experiences.
— Gavin Collins (@gcollinsgalway) November 26, 2017
— Michael McNamara (@Ml_McN) November 26, 2017
Whiskey Live Dublin is a premier whiskey tasting even that showcases both old and new Irish whiskeys. In addition to the whiskey tasting was food pairings and cocktails. Highlights from the event can be seen on Twitter.
— Gabriela Guedez H (@GabyGuedezH) November 25, 2017
Another year, another fantastic Whiskey Live!👌Great to catch up with some familiar faces last night and sample some phenomenal whiskey in the process! Kudos to all involved👏 #WLD17 pic.twitter.com/XGE7DBbNaP
— Danny Joyce (@DannyJoyce84) November 27, 2017
Woman’s Aid is participating in the 16 Days Campaign opposing violence against women. The campaign aims to raise awareness of femicide and domestic violence on an international, national and local level. Campaigners tweeted their support on the movement.
— Rabison Shumba (@rabisonshumba) November 27, 2017
Today is #InternationalDayToEndViolenceAgainstWomen. We use this day to campaign against issues like domestic violence and sexual assault but one topic is too frequently left out of the conversation: Prostitution. #16Days2017 pic.twitter.com/GuxMrFv9Hd
— Ruhama (@RuhamaAgency) November 25, 2017
Irish Health Hour is a networking community that encompasses health and wellness related businesses, therapists and sports. Health enthusiasts can be see tweeting their support for the event.
Thanks for joining in tonight everyone #irishhealthhour
— @irishhealthhour (@irishhealthhour) November 26, 2017
Had a good day , met lots of new people. It's the first time I've been in Glenamaddy so it was good to get my products out there #Irishhealthhour
— ConnemaraOrganic (@organicseaweed1) November 26, 2017
The #weekend is a perfect time to relax . @horanshealthsto @justmiro @AuthenticReflex @WicklowHour @CorkHour @audisability @audisability @TramyardKitchen @irishhealthhour @StartUpHourIrl @MineralDoc @locstitches @WeCoachPeople @Yaketyyakyak1 pic.twitter.com/ZADA9AzXJo
— Rosemary (@RosemaryOSha) November 25, 2017
10. Arlene Foster
Arlene Foster recently wrote a letter to the 27 EU leaders rejecting Northern Ireland’s position in the Customs Union. Tweets of resentment can be seen on Twitter.
"Northern Ireland does not want to be part of the customs union" says Arlene Foster, which makes it a tad mysterious that Northern Ireland voted to stay in the EU.
— James Kelly (@JamesKelly) November 25, 2017
Arlene Foster doesn’t speak for Northern Ireland. She isn’t the first Minister. The people themselves have spoken, and said a resounding no to Brexit.
— Si Lee 🌻🇪🇺 (@thesymbolic) November 25, 2017
Arlene Foster doesn't speak for Northern Ireland. The majority of people here voted to remain. Staying in the Single Market & Customs Union is our protection against a hard border. https://t.co/uLm105KmaL
— Colum Eastwood (@columeastwood) November 26, 2017