Tweets Come To Google's Desktop Search Results

Aug 24, 2015 - 8:34 am 6 by
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On Friday, Google announced on Twitter that they have expanded from showing tweets on mobile to also showing them on desktop after about a month of testing them.

Here is an animated GIF of what it looks like:

Google Twitter Animation

You can search for names or hot trends and if Google deems it relevant, Google will show you Tweets relevant to your query.

Google said this has launched in "English everywhere," so you should be able to see it on, and any other English based Google.

Here is how Google announced it, with emojis and all:

I go through more of the details on this at Search Engine Land.

Of course, expect to see SEOs exploit this somehow.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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