Trick or Tweet?

It's not a trick - Microsoft and Twitter have announced a deal to start including real-time tweets in Bing's organic search engine results. Microsoft's Qi Lu took the stage at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco today to discuss the new partnership. It's a great opportunity for brands to have their Twitter messaging included in search engine results, but what does this mean for the average Twitter user? Unless you want the world to read the fascinating play-by-play from your recent gallbladder surgery, you may want to make extra sure your Tweets stay private.

Check out the new partnership here.

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