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Jun 2 2013, 01:47 PM
I expected higher after that press release. Oh and I'm not sure why but Days should really not bother with recognizing any trending of Days on twitter... Didn't Days trend in that Monday?? It managed to be the lowest day of the week. I think they also tended another day that week, does anyone remember when it was?
DAYS trended like every day next week so that correlation (or lack of) will be more obvious. DAYS was the #1 trend in the US on Friday. But I don't think they put stock into it as far as ratings go. Trending is more about the social media buzz, which networks will start focusing on more and more.

The press release had the numbers in the release so I'm not sure how anything more or less could be expected.
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