Google Officially Comments Back On Twitter On Its Statement – “It’s Bad Day for the Internet”

Posted on Jan 12 2012 - 11:20am by Karan Chopra

Wits between the biggest search engine, Google and the biggest microblogging website, Twitter takes a new turn on Wednesday, when Google officially commented back on Twitter’s on its criticization that they day is “bad day for the internet”.

Twitter on Tuesday (PST) fall out on Google for pushing its Google+ in search for its feature – Google, Search Plus Your World. According to the post on Google’s Google+ page, Google said that they are bit surprised with the Twitter comments because they not to choose to renew their agreement last summer.

As per the searchengineland, Google Realtime Search had carried content from a variety of services across the web beyond Twitter, which includes:

  • Twitter tweets
  • Google News links
  • Google Blog Search links
  • Newly created web pages
  • Facebook Fans pages
  • Freshly updated web pages
  • FriendFeed updates
  • Jaiku updates
  • Identi.ca updates
  • TwitArmy updates
  • Google Buzz posts
  • MySpace updates
  • Facebook fan page updates
  • Quora
  • Gowolla
  • Plixi
  • Me2day
  • Twitgoo

What you think that do Twitter was right to ask Google the questions that whether Google will integrate Google+ more closely in its search engine or not? Comment below and let us know what you think about it.

(Image Source: Google Blog)

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