Microsoft has renewed its agreement with Twitter that makes tweets searchable on the Bing platform.
The partnership, which began in late 2009, allows tweets to surface throughout Bing, including the main index and Bing’s social search page.
Here’s what Bing had to say about the continuing relationship:
At Bing, we believe that for every search there is somebody out there who can help. That’s why we have been teaming up with Twitter for a few years to surface public tweets from people who may have something to contribute to what you’re trying to get done with Bing.
Whether it’s a politician, celebrity, thought leader or friend, our renewed partnership with Twitter ensures that you have near real-time access to what people are tweeting tailored to what you’re searching for.
The twosome engaged in a couple of tweets to celebrate the agreement:
— Twitter (@twitter) November 1, 2013
- Monica Lewinsky Joins Twitter
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- Twitter's New Audio Cards Let You Play Music in Your Timeline
- Recommended Tweets From Profiles You Don't Follow Will Now Appear in Everyone's Timeline