Google Adds Twitter To Search Results – So Get Ready For Lots Of Mesothelioma TweetsOct 21st, 2009 | By James Lewin | Category: Microblogging
Google and Twitter today announced an agreement that will let Google include the latest relevant tweets in search results.
Here’s Twitter’s announcement:
Our friends down in Mountain View want to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. A fast growing amount of information is coursing through Twitter very quickly, and we want there to be many ways to access that information. As part of that effort, we’ve partnered with Google to index the entire world of public tweets as fast as possible and present them to their users in an organized and relevant fashion.
We’ve always taken an open approach to how people experience Twitter, particularly in how and where tweets are read. Users have benefited greatly from the abundance of choice provided by our ecosystem partners. We’re honored to take this next step with Google and tap into their expertise to support the rapid, open exchange of information.
This is good news for Twitter, microblogging and the real-time web.
It’s also good news, though, for people looking for another way to get links into Google’s search results for valuable keywords.
Get ready for a rush of Mesothelioma tweets!