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posted by Eric Ward on November 8, 2013 at 10.09 am EST
The two queries below are
basically identical. The first query is
what is yahoo's current stock price? (live result http://goo.gl/2dU4fJ)
Google Finance - Yahoo Finance - MSN Money
The second query changes
nothing but the company name from yahoo to twitter, as follows
what is twitter's current stock price? (live result http://goo.gl/BMsbcd)
For now, my guess is perhaps Twitter is so new to the market new they aren't showing up yet. But then again, here they are in Google Finance. What are your thoughts? One of the great challenges content creators are going to face in the future (if they want to appeal to Google) is how exactly to become a trusted enough source of data to show up in the search results.
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