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December 12, 2011

Twitter Most Popular Hastags : 2011 in Review

  • #egypt
  • #tigerblood
  • #threewordstoliveby
  • #idontunderstandwhy
  • #japan
  • #improudtosay
  • #superbowl
  • #jan25

The most popular  Twitter hash-tags of 2011 includes the Arab Revolution, a terrorist being captured and killed , a nuclear plant disaster, an american actor's ramblings and a death of dictator.
The Most popular Hastags  in the list was  was #egypt  during the “ revolt  against’ Hosni Mubarak’s regime as popular protests in the Arab world, against their  governments and dictators took to the internet including Twitter and Facebook to communicate and broadcast about anti-government protests in the weeks leading up to February 11, when former president Hosni Mubarak was ousted from power.  The date  #Jan25  is  the date used in Egypt to refer to start of the country’s January uprising 

No 2 in Twitter was  #tigerblood., which was a comment made by actor Charlie Sheen, following his sacking from a hit US Television comedySheen made the headlines in 2011 for a series of often rambling public rants which culminated with the comment to online celebrity gossip site RadarOnline: "My fangs are dripping tiger blood.At the same time, he joined Twitter and racked up one million followers in the first 24 hours, believed to be a record for the site.He used the site to comment on the dispute between him and the Two And A Half Men show's producers, at one point tweeting: "I'm looking to hire a #winning INTERN with #TigerBlood

 Cairo and  Egypt, Japan, Libya are the countries  that stayed in the news  due to the political unrest and Japanese nuclear disaster post Tsunami

Would-be popstar Rebecca Black was propelled into stardom when her debut single Friday was released on YouTube to widespread mockery. At the time of its release, the song ranked top in global trending topics on Twitter, surpassing the Japanese earthquake crisis.