Anime Trending is currently one of the primary go to sites for many anime fans out there that are looking for new anime to watch of for those simply checking on what’s the talk of the community. It releases charts that features seasonal anime along with its related sets of characters, ships, and soundtracks which are completely based on the votes collected from the fans themselves.
With this kind of chart release format, Anime Trending believes that it would able to help increase exposure of many anime out there as charts are being released and updated weekly which means more chances for an anime to be featured even at least once in one of our lists compared to other top anime lists out there that is only being released once either at the start or the end of the season, leaving only a few anime to be known by potential interest fans. It is a fact that people’s perception towards something changes over time and we believe that this also applies when it comes to an anime, as we can most likely observe towards most anime-related forums and discussions out there that are either praising an anime because of its consistent improvement in each episode, or lament on how an anime has consistently disappointed them and had failed to live on to the hype that was expected from them at the start. The chart format that we have provides a way to illustrate or depict those changes in perception every week that enables everyone to track an anime’s progress throughout the season, which benefits the anime that might have a slow start but had gradually improved as other fans would start to notice it and wonder why it continues to climb up the charts.
Throughout the years, Anime Trending has grown up to be not just a simple anime community or group but has unconsciously became a channel for fans and people from the industry themselves to be somehow connected, with the charts serving as a medium for industry people to know what the fans think they are doing best and would like to see more coming from them.
With the continually expanding reach of our community, Anime Trending hopes that this connection will grow even stronger as we fulfill our mission to be your voice in anime.
Since it was launched in 2013, Anime Trending has followed a series of guidelines with regards to how the charts and awards are being held. From the Seasonal Anime Awards to the Annual Anime Trending Awards, there's a lot of work involved with running anime charts! With our anime community growing at a rapid rate than ever, we've compiled the guidelines into a document so that fans can be guided
Check out The Charter of Anime Trending here!