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Twitter Changes Also Affect Google Search Results

Twitter Changes Also Affect Google Search Results

  • by Ozhan Ozkan
The digital age has intertwined the sharing of information with the influence of platforms and their impact on each other. Recent changes to Twitter's reach have resulted in a decrease in social networking content appearing in Google search engine results.

Twitter recently implemented significant changes to the visibility of tweets on its platform. It blocked unregistered users from browsing tweets and imposed temporary limits on the number of tweets users can read in a day. These changes have had an impact on how Google crawls Twitter, affecting the display of tweets and pages from the website in search results.

According to a spokesperson from Google, the company's ability to crawl Twitter.com is limited due to the changes made by Twitter. Websites have control over whether crawlers can access their content. As a result, the speed at which tweets related to a particular search appear in search results has significantly decreased.

A comparison by Search Engine Land between last Friday and Monday showed a notable decline in the number of Twitter URLs indexed by Google for the search term "site:twitter.com." The indexed results dropped from 471 million on Friday to 180 million on Monday.

The temporary nature of Twitter's rate limitations on tweets suggests that we may see the usual number of tweets in Google search results in the future once these limitations are lifted.

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