Twitter falls out on Google for pushing Google+ in Search

Posted on Jan 11 2012 - 1:55pm by Karan Chopra

Twitter has criticized Google officially by speaking about the Google’s new personalized search feature that will allow the content to be placed well from its own social network, Google+. Even, Twitter called the day as “bad day for the internet”.

Google recently introduced its new Google+ enhanced search. With this, instead of providing regular Internet results, Google is bringing you and yours Google+ friends’ content to the top of results. Twitter issued an official statement saying, “We’re concerned that as a result of Google’s changes, finding this information will be much harder for everyone. We think that’s bad for people, publishers, news organizations and Twitter users’.

Google, the world’s biggest search engine, aims to compete with Microsoft’s Bing and Facebook. Last year also Bing began displaying Facebook data in its search results. Google+ is having only a mere of 40 million members as compared to the largest social networking website Facebook, who is having 800 million members.

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