Twitterati get you latest info on Twitter with Bing Social Search

Bing Twitterati pulls in social content generated on Twitter to surface the most relevant updates within seconds of a breaking news event. Further, Twitterati also picks up information that traditional media outlets often ignore – such as latest viral video being shared online. At Bing, we analyze what topics’re generating most interest on Twitter to […]

Bing Twitterati pulls in social content generated on Twitter to surface the most relevant updates within seconds of a breaking news event. Further, Twitterati also picks up information that traditional media outlets often ignore – such as latest viral video being shared online. At Bing, we analyze what topics’re generating most interest on Twitter to bring you latest & most interesting content. On a related note, we’re also using Twitter data to show you “most popular shared links” for navigational queries. So if you’re looking for the most popular celebrity news on TMZ, Bing will show you which links people’re sharing most on Twitter. We’re currently testing these features with a small subset of our users and queries – so you may or may not see it appearing on your search results page. We plan to make feature available to users in the US within a short period,” notes Bing team.

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