Posts Tagged ‘real-time search’

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Searchers are blind to Real Time Search

16 March 2010 | Alex Christie

At the end of 2009 Google launched real time search results to show Google users updates as they were happening around the web. This pretty much meant crawling Twitter and displaying the tweets from trending [...]

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Google’s Pagerank adapted to prioritise tweeters

13 January 2010 | Henry Elliss

Ever since Google began to include real-time results in the SERPs, from sites like Twitter and other blogs, speculation has been rife as to how they prioritise which tweets appear and which don’t. Whilst a [...]

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Is real-time the future of the web?

9 October 2009 | Alex Christie

There has been a lot of talk about the real-time web and how it is ‘the future’ but what exactly is the real-time web and why should we care? Put simply, the real-time web is [...]

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FriendFeed, Search and Lite – Facebook is having a busy week

12 August 2009 | Henry Elliss

I don’t know whether it’s the same in your line of work, but personally, I usually find when getting back from holiday that all the big stories of the year seem to have broken while [...]