With Twitter and Facebook taking research and real-time rumors that Google will soon be the same, there will be a growing need of companies to learn how to use search engine optimization (SEO) to attract people seeking results of up-to-the-minute.
To this end, writing by Mike Dobbs at Mashable suggests there are a number of tips that people can use to ensure that their Twitter - and potentially other engines in real-time search - working in their favor the search engine optimization (SEO).
Dobbs said one of the most important thing to remember is to ensure that the username and name of account to reflect the brand a company or an individual looking to represent.
But babbling, Twitter users should also consider how search engine optimization (SEO) could factor in what they write, especially in light of how Google presents the beep in a results page.
"The` lead in'de each tone seems to be important for SEO because it will determine what appears in the label under the beep when it appears during a search result on Google, "says Dobbs. "Approximately 42 characters are factored into the label for each tone, including the account name, as well as the initial characters of each beep."
To enter the world in real time search, Facebook recently announced that it considers an "up-to-the-minute research that will allow users to find profiles of the results of the friend pages fan and users who have set their privacy settings to allow others to view the content.