Google real-time search: what are the consequences for SEO?

by bold-lichterman

Google “launched” at the end of last week a dedicated page to its real-time search function: “Realtime”. This service already existed since the end of 2009, Mountain View therefore decided to exhibit it.

Realtime displays search results in the form of an automatically refreshed timeline, drawing among other things from Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and blogs.
It is possible to geographically filter the answers provided and to follow, always in real time, conversations between Internet users around a given subject.

Could this Google real-time search function have consequences in terms of SEO?

Audio interview with David Degrelle, Chairman of the Management Board of 1st Position, the web marketing consulting agency.

To learn more about Google’s real-time search, here is a presentation made by them: