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Created by : Radhakrishna Marar, Business Analyst, Oracle  | 09 11 2009 12:05:52 +0000
Industry : InternetFunctional Area : Web 2.0 +(Technology)
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Facebook’s acquisition of FriendFeed has big implications for the social web. One of Twitter’s big advantages over 
Facebook to-date has been its real-time search, and Facebook has already indicated that they’re working to build a 
competitive product. Will it be a serious threat to Twitter who has bigf hand on real time search??? 

Facebook’s acquisition of FriendFeed has big implications for the social web. One of Twitter’s big advantages over Facebook to-date has been its real-time search, and Facebook has already indicated that they’re working to build a competitive product. Will it be a serious threat to Twitter who has got a  big hand in real time search??? 

 

 
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FriendFeed's real-time search engine is much stronger than Twitter’s in terms of interface and usability: It doesn’t have  the volume of content to be as valuable as Twitter search. But that problem is solved if they plug content from Facebook’s 250+ million members into it. Combine that with FriendFeed’s team history – they previously built Gmail and Google Maps so they obviously know how to scale things to Facebook size – and this will sets up to be a serious threat to Twitter.

FriendFeed's real-time search engine is much stronger than Twitter’s in terms of interface and usability: It doesn’t have  the 
volume of content to be as valuable as Twitter search. But that problem is solved if they plug content from Facebook’s 250+ 
million members into it. Combine that with FriendFeed’s team history – they previously built Gmail and Google Maps so they 
obviously know how to scale things to Facebook size – and this will sets up to beserious threat to Twitter.FriendFeed's real-time search engine is much stronger than Twitter’s in terms of interface and usability: It doesn’t have  the volume of content to be as valuable as Twitter search. But that problem is solved if they plug content from Facebook’s 250+ million members into it. Combine that with FriendFeed’s team history – they previously built Gmail and Google Maps so they obviously know how to scale things to Facebook size – and this will sets up to be a serious threat to Twitter.

 


By Radhakrishna Marar, Business Analyst, Oracle  | 09 11 2009 12:09:30 +0000
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