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4 responses to “Google Real-Time Tweet Search Identifies the Tech Elite”

  1. Zoli Erdos


    I think the difference is in using your name as Twitter id vs. a less meaningful one. Ashton Kutcher shows up if you search for aplusk, and you’re there, too – just search bhc3 instead of your name.

  2. Mark Essel

    Try using their Twitter usernames, aplusk worked fine

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    [..] Mylikes makes this more interesting for the minor digerati – those without their tweets showing up inGoogle’s real time search. Using Mylikes to not only make a little cash, but showing off that you can be an influencer in the technology community might not hurt your blogging career. Depending on how many click throughs happen from what you tweet and blog about it might just end up being a better way to bring in operating costs for your blog than AdWords. The better part is that in some respects the idea is better than simple ads, which have caused [..]

  4. chethan

    Even I am in Tech Elite List :)