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We manually monitor Trends and work to add context to help answer the question, "Why is this trending?" We do this through attaching a representative Tweet to the Trend, adding a headline and description, or curating a landing page to give more direct context. We may also add a combination of these.




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Important: When you turn off trending searches, it turns off in the Google app on that device. If you want to turn off trending searches on google.com, update your settings in a mobile browser.


The potential cardiovascular benefits of several trending foods and dietary patterns are still incompletely understood, and nutritional science continues to evolve. However, in the meantime, a number of controversial dietary patterns, foods, and nutrients have received significant media exposure and are mired by hype. This review addresses some of the more popular foods and dietary patterns that are promoted for cardiovascular health to provide clinicians with accurate information for patient discussions in the clinical setting.


When selling trending items in home improvement, focus on visual platforms like Instagram and YouTube. You could partner up with influencers in the space and run Instagram ads to hype products and make sales quickly. A more sustainable option is to create your own Instagram and TikTok profiles and publish content around DIY home improvement.


Laptop batteries are another one of the top trending products to sell in 2022. Laptop batteries are an excellent resource for people who build their own computers or want to bring an old laptop back to life. For people on the go, having a backup laptop battery on hand makes sure they are never without a computer.


You could run a pay-per-click ad campaign using Google Shopping ads and Facebook ads to attract new buyers. Since home goods may keep trending for a long time, you can also build a brand around your home décor and optimize your product pages to rank on Google and bring in organic traffic.


You can sell trending products like this through search-based ads such as Google Shopping. Over 33,000 people search for cabinet knobs each month, and over 60,000 people search for handles each month, according to Keywords Everywhere. Another option is working with home improvement influencers on Instagram or through blogs to promote your cabinet hardware.


Watch accessories are one of those trending items with consistent high profit margins. The trend is hotter at some times than others, but people usually look for watch accessories throughout the year. The market is also massive, with a market volume of $335 billion in 2022.


These are some of the trending products to sell in 2022, but there are so many more to choose from when deciding what to sell on Shopify as a new dropshipper or established store owner. Finding high-quality products is only one part of the equation. The real secret is figuring out how to market them.


The Trending-Now recipe (aws-trending-now) generates recommendations for items that are rapidly becoming more popular with your users. You might use the Trending-Now recipe if items gaining in popularity are more relevant to your customers. For example, your customers might highly value what other users are interacting with. Common uses include recommending viral social media content, breaking news articles, or recent sports videos.


Trending-Now identifies the top trending items by calculating the increase in interactions that each item has over configurable intervals of time. The items with highest rate of increase are considered trending items. The time is based on timestamp data in your Interactions dataset. You can specify the time interval by providing a Trend discovery frequency when you create your solution.


With Trending-Now, you call the GetRecommendations operation or get recommendations on the Test campaign page of the Amazon Personalize console. Amazon Personalize returns the top trending items. You pass a userId in your request only if you apply a filter that requires it. With the GetRecommendations API, you can configure the number of trending items returned with the numResults parameter. You can't get batch recommendations with the Trending-Now recipe.


Specify how often Amazon Personalize evaluates your interactions data and identifies trending items. For example, if you specify 30 min for Trend discovery frequency, every 30 minutes Amazon Personalize identifies items with the greatest rate of increase in interactions over 30-minute intervals.


The existing ASOP No. 13, Trending Procedures in Property/Casualty Insurance Ratemaking, was developed by the Subcommittee on Ratemaking of the Casualty Committee in July 1989 and adopted by the ASB in July 1990. Since the promulgation of the original standard, developments in trending procedures have continued, and the use of trending in non ratemaking areas has become more widespread. The Subcommittee prepared this revision of ASOP No. 13 to reflect appropriate actuarial practice with respect to trending procedures in property/casualty insurance and to be consistent with the current ASOP format. Further, this proposed revision expands guidance on the application of trend procedures beyond ratemaking to include reserving, valuations, underwriting, and marketing analyses.


This standard applies to actuaries when performing professional services to estimate future values using trending procedures for all property/casualty coverages. This includes work performed for insurance or reinsurance companies, and other property/casualty risk financing systems that provide similar coverage, such as self insurance.


Trending is an important component in many analyses performed by actuaries including, but not limited to, ratemaking, reserving, valuations, underwriting, and marketing. The actuary should identify the intended purpose or use of the trending procedure. The actuary should apply trending procedures that are appropriate for the applicable purpose or use.


The actuary may present the trend estimate resulting from the trending procedure in a variety of ways, such as a point estimate, a range of estimates, a point estimate with a margin for adverse deviation, or a probability distribution of the trend estimate. The actuary should consider the intended purpose or use of the trend estimate when deciding how to present the trend estimate.


The actuary should consider economic and social influences that can have a significant impact on trends in selecting the appropriate data to review, the trending calculation, and the trending procedure. In addition, the actuary should consider the timing of the various influences.


The actuary should consider both the lengths of the experience and forecast periods, and changes in the mix of data between the experience and forecast periods when determining the trending period. When incorporating non-insurance data in the trending procedure, the actuary should consider the timing relationships among the non-insurance data, historical insurance data, and the future values being estimated.


Recognition of the significance of trend in many property/casualty analyses and difficulty of discerning turning points has led to a need for increasingly sophisticated trending procedures. Publications of the CAS such as Variance and the Syllabus of Examinations, and many other publications such as statistics and economics textbooks, provide extensive information on alternative procedures. The actuary may refer to these or develop other procedures, as appropriate for each situation.


Trending procedures are used in ratemaking, reserving, valuation, underwriting, and marketing for most property/casualty insurance plans or policies. In such procedures, actuaries generally place reliance on (1) data generated by the book of business being analyzed, (2) other insurance data, and (3) non-insurance data, in that order of preference. Mathematical techniques are often used to smooth and extrapolate from historical data. In the absence of strong contrary indications, there is a reliance on extrapolations of historical insurance data. Procedures based on non-insurance data are also used. In trending procedures, judgmental considerations generally include, but are not limited to, the historical data used, the success of these techniques in making prior projections, the statistical goodness of fit of the techniques to the historical data, and the impact of any sudden, nonrecurring changes (for example, tort reform) that had not yet been incorporated in the historical data.


The actuary should identify the intended purpose or use of the trending procedure. The actuary should apply trending procedures that are appropriate for the applicable purpose or use. Potential purposes or uses of trending procedures include, but are not limited to, ratemaking, reserving, valuations, underwriting, and marketing analyses.


The actuary should consider economic and social influences that can have a significant impact on trends in selecting the appropriate data to review, the trending calculation, and the trending procedure. It is inappropriate to analyze only those factors that have an impact on trend in one direction. In addition, the actuary should consider the timing of the various influences.


Recognition of the significance of trend in many property casualty analyses and difficulty of discerning turning points has led to a need for increasingly sophisticated trending procedures. The Proceedings and the Syllabus of Examinations of the CAS, and many other publications such as statistics and economics textbooks, provide extensive information on alternative procedures. The actuary may refer to these or develop other procedures, as appropriate for each situation.


Trending procedures are used in ratemaking, reserving, valuation, underwriting, and marketing for most property/casualty insurance plans or policies. In such procedures, actuaries generally place reliance on (1) data generated by the book of business being analyzed, (2) other insurance data, and (3) non-insurance data, in that order of preference. Mathematical techniques are often used to smooth and extrapolate from historical data. In the absence of strong contrary indications, there is a reliance on extrapolations of historical insurance data. Procedures based on non-insurance data are also used. In trending procedures, judgmental considerations generally include, but are not limited to, the historical data used, the success of these techniques in making prior projections, the statistical goodness of fit of the techniques to the historical data, and the impact of any sudden, nonrecurring changes (for example, tort reform) which had not yet been incorporated in the historical data. 041b061a72


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