I just blogged about another tool for seeing what's hot on Twitter.
I like <strong><a href="http://www.twitscoop.com/" target="_blank">Twit Scoop</a></strong> (screenshot below) because it's interesting to watch the tag cloud refresh in real-time
as different topics get hot.
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Thanks for this resource. I like to use Google Hot Trends for this.
About once a month I'll find some weird product or interesting niche I've never heard of getting tons of searches there and I'll throw up a simple landing page on one of my older sites, bookmark it a few places, and see sales coming in within 24 hours. Don't underestimate the power of attacking things that are 'of the moment' - they can be hugely profitable.
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