Back in February, there was news that Google and Twitter had reached an agreement that will provide Google full access to Twitter’s stream.
As stated in the previous post written by Search Engine Land, the Twitter stream is commonly called the “firehose”, and was announced during Twitter’s earnings call by the CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo.
Although all the details aren’t completely known, there are somethings that are fully known about what this partnership means to both Google and Twitter. What are some of the things known about the partnership between the search engine giant and 140 character social network? Here is a simple list on what you can expect to discover in the Neil Patel post about what we need to know about their partnership.
- What does Google get from the partnership?
- What’s in it for Twitter?
- The history of Google and Twitter
- Real-time marketing is more important than ever before
- So, where are the tweets?
- The importance of twitter followers
- The size of social search
- What this means for Google+ (again)
- What should we do now?
What do you think will happen with the Google/Twitter partnership?
Check out Neil’s post on Search Engine Land to find out the full details.