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Search and social just became even more intertwined. During their Q4 earnings call, Twitter confirmed that Google would again start surfacing results from their firehose of data. The reintroduction of Tweets into search results, formerly removed in 2011 following the launch of Google+, promises to be a valuable integration for Google, Twitter, and marketers alike. What’s in it for Google? On the most basic level, Twitter’s ongoing stream of Tweets provides the …
Facebook anunció esta semana que está explorando diversas opciones para que los usuarios de la red social puedan comprar productos directamente desde sus teléfonos móviles sin tener que salir de la aplicación.
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