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“Twitter messages come back in real time Google search results’
Google and Twitter have adopted a new search agreement according to Bloomberg, allowing messages from Twitter in real time would again appear in Google search results. Between 2009 and 2011, Google and Twitter had a similar deal.
Twitter The new search deal allows Google to access the firehose of Twitter, as the feed is called real-time messages. That claims at least the usually reliable Bloomberg. Tweets somehwere in the first half of this year to appear in search results, claiming the financial website. Google and Twitter have not yet confirmed.
Between 2009 and 2011 had Twitter and Google even though a search deal. Through the Google service ‘real time search’ allowed users to search tweets. After the end of the search deal between the two companies closed the Google search service. It is unclear whether real-time search comes back, now an agreement there would again be between the two US companies.
In the past it would have been against the Twitter search deal, because the company wanted to keep control of his database of tweets. Meanwhile, the business would be especially interested in offering tweets to a wider audience, as the number of active users is decreasing.Viewing:-128
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