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This Is Google+'s Hottest New Trend

Tree Tuesday is the meme that's taking Google+ by storm

Posted on June 18, 2013, at 4:31 p.m. ET

There's a trend that's catching fire across Google+. It's called #TreeTuesday.

Google+ has been called a ghost town for its lack of community engagement. But clearly critics have never checked out #TreeTuesday. It's quite popular. Today it's beating out "cultural nucleus" Kanye West on the day his album drops!

The concept is quite simple. Upload a photo of a tree (any tree will do) and tag it with #TreeTuesday. Why, you ask? Just ask this #TreeTuesday enthusiast:

And there are all kinds of trees out there to choose from and discover. Urban trees...

...first trees...

...would-you-rather trees...

...even mysterious trees.

Other Google+ users seem to be loving these trees!

#TreeTuesday has even picked up some media coverage, turning some heads over at WebProNews/Social Media.

Unlike other, more craven hashtags, #TreeTuesday is fun that the whole family can enjoy.

If you're looking for maximum #TreeTuesday enjoyment, it's best to make sure you have a free schedule...

...so that you can sign in and enjoy some foliage!

h/t: @chrisgilmer

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