Twitter search has announced that it will begin indexing tweets links and optimizing results on not only a chronological time frame, but also based on their own “reputation” ranking (probably somewhat similar to Google’s popular Pagerank technology), probably ranking those with higher numbers of followers along with other factors higher up in certain rankings and results.
What will this mean for the popular social engine platform? Only time will tell, but maybe an even greater follower, (or abandonment), based on how current members and future members react to the new changes from the social media giant.
What do you think?
Relevant Link: Twitter Search To Get Reputation Ranking and Link Crawling