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Top 10 Irish Twitter Trends (September 25th – October 1st 2017)
by Arielle McConneaughey on 02/10/17
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 (25th September – 1st October 2017) are summarized below.
— RepealEight (@repealeight) September 30, 2017
— 🍂John Hyphen👻 (@JohnHyphen) September 29, 2017
Now in their tenth year, Blas na hEireann, The Irish Food Awards’ is the biggest competition for quality Irish produce. Winners were announced on The Irish Food Awards Twitter Page, @BlasNahEireann, and on their official site.
— GastroGays (@GastroGays) September 28, 2017
On the Tonight Show with Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates, Bishop Phonsie Cullinan stated that the HPV Vaccine ‘could’ make girls more promiscuous. His comments sparked mixed reviews online.
— TV3 (@TV3Ireland) September 29, 2017
Bishop Phonsie proving Opus Dei is more like Opus Cray Cray.#tonighttv3
— Lars Biscuits (@LarsBiscuits) September 28, 2017
“Why is this [cervical cancer] vaccine being ‘offered’ only to girls?”
—Bishop Alphonsus “Phonsie” Cullinanhttps://t.co/MDiHY91vs6
— Alan Dalton (@RealAlanDalton) September 28, 2017
4. Harry Kane
Harry Kane is fast-becoming one of the best strikers in the Premier League. Kane, who now has 84 Premier League goals to his name is still a long way behind Alan Shearer’s record of 260 Premier League goals but on this form some football pundits are suggesting that he can surpass it before the end of his career.
No question, Harry Kane is most definitely up there among the world's elite footballers at the minute.
— Al Foran (@ImpressionistAL) September 30, 2017
— Sportdec (@SportdecApp) September 27, 2017
Irish figure skater Conor Stakelum, represented the country at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy held in Oberstdorf, Germany.
— ISAI (@IceSkateIRL) September 29, 2017
— ISAI (@IceSkateIRL) September 26, 2017
INBOUND took place in Boston last week and some Irish followers and attendees posted event highlights.
— Kieran Flanagan (@searchbrat) September 29, 2017
— Just K A S S I (@Kassiani_cheir) September 28, 2017
Twitter rolled out a new trial character limit for tweets last week. The character count was increased from 140 to 280. Twitter users had mixed reviews.
— Muireann O'Connell (@MuireannO_C) September 26, 2017
— Dan O Brien (@DannyEdoBrien) September 27, 2017
If there's one thing Lost taught us it's that you can't fix a broken, chaotic mess by doubling the amount of characters #280Characters
— Gav (@miracleofsound) September 26, 2017
8. Hugh Hefner
Hugh Hefner, American businessman, magazine publisher, and playboy, passed away at the age of 91. Opinions have always varied when discussing his line of work and many were voiced on Twitter in the wake of his death.
When I heard Hugh Hefner had died, I wished I believed in hell https://t.co/PhRiL4wdyC
— Rachel Moran (@RachelRMoran) September 29, 2017
RIP Hugh Hefner, there will never be another like you. Mainly because being you is massively offensive in 2017, but still.
— Rick Nash (@AMTRick) September 28, 2017
The International Astronautical Congress was held in Adelaide, Australia and introduced ideas that will propel the next generation in space exploration. Elon Musk revealed more details about ‘Space X’, a company that designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. Among the company’s objectives is sending the first woman to Mars and commercial space travel commercial space travel.
— Ruth McAvinia (@ruthie147) September 30, 2017
— Stephen Ennis (@StarStuffSteve) September 28, 2017
Budget 2018 is less than two weeks away and issues such as alcohol and tobacco tax, as well as mental health funding are topics of interest that Irish users spoke about online last week.
— RAS (@sayno2Smuggling) September 26, 2017
— Mental Health Reform (@MHReform) September 27, 2017