Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Google Real-Time Search Could return Via Google+

Google has recently confirmed that the search giant’s method of delivering relevant data from Twitter, Facebook and other social media services in real time, Google Realtime Search is coming back soon with Google+.

Google Real-time Search

Google Realtime Search was used to be the feature of Google Search provided by Google that indexed posts from Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Friendfeed, and other services both on its own URL and into the “one-box” on main search results. This feature was introduced on December 7, 2009 to compete with Microsoft’s search engine – Bing, which also has the similar feature, which showed results from Twitter and Facebook until Google discontinued it last on July 2, 2011 after the deal with Twitter expired.

Google’s Realtime search engine provides search results with information coming from social networks like Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and news websites in real time or as soon as it happens. It also brought in a stream of data for standard searches which are related to major world events making Google‘s search engine more relevant during major world events.

However, Google has finally announced that they will soon be using Google+ data to bring Realtime Search back – along with an internal search for Google+ though it seems that it will not stream Twitter data for it seems as if Google doesn’t believe it needs Twitter data to deliver a compelling real-time search offering.

In Professional SEO speak, this is good news for SEO Company that offers SEO Services for the creation of social network site accounts for their updates and news will again be viewed in Google.
Meanwhile in conjunction with this effort, Google is also working on an internal search for Google+ that allows users to search through the stream for interesting public posts, which has been in demand since Google+’s launch, and Singhal has indicated that "we [Google] are on it."


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