Both Bing and Google have unveiled their real time search variants. Theoretically speaking real time search is impossible to achieve. In order for it to be possible is to say that you can do a search on any web page submitted in any given moment. What is possible is for search engines to index many popular social media sites, blogs, and news sites to produce what they call ‘real time search’.

One could argue that this is good enough to be labeled as ‘real time search’. The rules of real time search should be very much similar to the ‘regular’ search in a sense that keyword relevancy will be important. In order to fight spam, search engines will depend heavily on each site’s authority and trust.   

The following video talks about Google’s ‘real time’ search.

Similarly, I’ve found the following video which goes over Bing’s search of Twitter.


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