SMX East talks real-time search

October 9, 2009 at 1:46 pm Leave a comment

The recent SMX East expo included what looks like a fascinating discussion on the hype, deserved or not, that is real-time search moderated by Search Engine Land’s Danny Sullivan.

The teams over at Bruce Clay and Hudson Horizons have both done great jobs of covering the event, kicking-off with Danny tackling the question of “What is real-time search, really?”

He answered by stating real-time is all about getting content within seconds of being published, Twitter being the obvious leader here, so real-time search it can be argued is all about finding microblogged content. This is potentially where the value lies, making sense and ranking the various results in a clean form. As a number of other panelists went on to give their take on real-time it’s interesting to read the range of perspectives and opportunity that people see in the technology.

The future of real-time and news, not just delivery but how the two link together is something we’re excited by at Moreover – what value do you see in real-time?

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