Now Shopcade Lets You Shop Twitter Trends

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Social shopping site Shopcade.com has just unveiled a new feature, allowing users to shop real-time Twitter trends

Jimmy Fallon Trending on Twitter and Shopcade

Jimmy Fallon Trending on Twitter and Shopcade

Roughly every half hour, new trends are visible on Twitter. We are integrating these trends into the Shopcade experience so that users can discover and purchase these related items as they become trending.

Social shopping site Shopcade.com has just unveiled a new feature, which allows its users to discover products trending on Twitter. The integration of Twitter trends into the application reinforces Shopcade as a real-time, social trends platform, allowing users to discover, share and create the best trends with friends.

Shopcade users will now be able to view products that are linked to a particular trending topic on Twitter in real-time. This new feature comes less than 1 month after Shopcade released its new Klout-like Trendsetter Score and Mission Dashboard in June, marking the increased importance of trends and gamification in the application.

Regarding the launch of this new feature, Shopcade CEO Nathalie Gaveau says: “Now you can shop by Twitter trends. Roughly every half hour, new trends are visible on Twitter. We are integrating these trends into the Shopcade experience so that users can discover and purchase these related items as they become trending. We’ll continue to add additional social platforms in order to provide more relevant trends for users.”

About Shopcade
Shopcade is a fun, innovative, trends-based social shopping site allowing users to share, discover and shop trends and products – and earn rewards on products they love. Users can shop personal trends from over 30,000 brands and 70 million products, unlock exclusive deals from today’s hottest brands and become a top trendsetter to win prizes.

Shopcade is founded by successful entrepreneur, Nathalie Gaveau, who previously cofounded PriceMinister(sold to Rakuten for 200 million euros in 2010).The company also has well-known investors, including Carrefour’s Daniel Bernard, Eidos’ Ian Livingstone and the BBC’s Lord Birt.

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