RSS LinkedIn Google Plus

Call us: 0800 014 9884

Twitter search expands

Twitter_search_expands_5051

Micro-blogging giant Twitter has reported a higher volume of searches than the combined total of queries on Yahoo and Bing this month, according to co-founder Biz Stone. Stone, speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival, announced Twitter was now taking 800 million searches per day. At over 24 billion requests per month, user queries on site now surpasses the traffic of Bing and Yahoo combined; the search companies report around four billion and nine billion queries per month respectively.

The figures mark Twitter out as the new fastest growing search engine since the launch of Bing in 2009. Last year, a study by Nielson showed Bing had grown by 22 per cent. In comparison, Twitter has reported a 33 per cent rise in the number of user searches, pushing it ahead of Bing in terms of growth speed.

While it may have overtaken Bing and Yahoo, Twitter still has some way to go to match the number of searches being registered by Google. Indeed, the social networking site

Written by Carli Harris

Testimonials

"theEword are scrupulously honest and hardworking"

~ Britannia Living ~

  Britannia Living

"theEword consistently go above and beyond"

~ Merlin Entertainments ~

  Merlin Entertainments

"They are so creative, they come up with so many fantastic ideas"

~ Manchester Law Society ~

  Manchester Law Society

"They really care about what they do and they care about your business as well"

~ Bermans ~

  Bermans

View more of our testimonials »

james_riches_swap

February UK search market share: Bing breaks 7% barrier Monday 2nd of March, 2015by James Riches Last month, Bing continued to increase its share of the UK search market, jumping above 7%. Meanwhile, celebrities generated a lot of searches in a busy month for entertainment.

More on this story »

Google continues to improve Knowledge Graph Tuesday 3rd of March, 2015by Andy Williams Google has continued the Stateside expansion of its Knowledge Graph feature by including hotel booking information within city search results.

More on this story »

Google proposes to rank websites on facts Wednesday 4th of March, 2015by Martin Lindley Websites may soon see their Google rankings affected if they fail to meet the criteria set out in a new trustworthiness ranking, Knowledge Based Trust (KBT).

More on this story »
theEword - 16 hours ago

Google proposes to rank websites on facts: http://t.co/h2csehd9z4 http://t.co/2CkJjMyBqZ

Reply Retweet Favourite
theEword - 19 hours ago

Digital marketing tip #8: You must be a film maker http://t.co/vBFOoo1NCR http://t.co/kUVs3GDhjN

Reply Retweet Favourite
theEword - 20 hours ago

Google continues to improve Knowledge Graph: http://t.co/rrVn7MJRc0

Reply Retweet Favourite
theEword - 2 days ago

How to write content good enough for the red carpet: http://t.co/OJ73x8QklT http://t.co/BU1M2wvsVH

Reply Retweet Favourite
theEword - 2 days ago

Digital marketing tip #7: The Devils in the data http://t.co/vBFOoo1NCR http://t.co/MLqGBjofRs

Reply Retweet Favourite

Five ways to ensure you're writing great content in 2015 Friday 6th of February, 2015by Dan Moores 2014's Google algorithm updates made it very clear that 'Google-friendly' and 'reader-friendly' are starting to mean the same thing. We need to impress audiences, not search engines.

More on this story »

What do you need to know about your prospective customers th... Tuesday 10th of February, 2015by Sian English Do you really know the right things about your prospective customers? The more you know, the more targeted you can be with any marketing activity, and, the faster your business will grow.

More on this story »

Starstruck: five tricks from Hollywood you can use to write ... Wednesday 25th of February, 2015by Martin Lindley The stars have something that we want. You know the answer. They have attention. But is there anything Hollywood uses to get attention that we can also use? Yes. Let me explain.

More on this story »

Who loves theEword

Who loves theEword Who loves theEword