Updated: Fri, 28 Jun 2013 12:30:43 GMT | By Relaxnews

Google+ trends: Teen Top anniversary draws near

On Friday, June 28, Google+ users who are fans of the South Korean band Teen Top are counting down to the group's third anniversary and competing for the chance to join their idols in a Google Hangout. 


Google+ trends: Teen Top anniversary draws near

Google+ trends: Teen Top anniversary draws near

The group has been running an ongoing competition on Google+ to give fans a chance to partake in the Hangout. In order to be in with a chance of chatting with their idols via video call, fans of the band are encouraged to trend "#teentop3rd" and share images and artwork dedicated to the group.

More information can be found via Teen Top's official Google+ page at: plus.google.com/u/0/+teentopofficial/posts/9YT8VPRTDZD

Also trending is "#P52BW13," which stands for Project 52 Black and White 2013. Project 52 is an online photography course and workshop that runs annually. Participants of the project are assigned weekly tasks based on those that would be undertaken by professional photographers. They upload their images, which are then critiqued by experts. For more information on Project 52 see: project52.org

The top 5 most talked about topics on Google+ on June 28 at 9:00 AM GMT are:

01.    #P52BW13
02.    #BuggyFriday
03.    Twitter
04.    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
05.    #TeenTop3rd


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