Twitter, the popular social media site, has agreed to give Google access to its content firehose.
The deal is part of a deal that will allow tweets to show up quickly in search results and boost their visibility.
The move should drive more traffic to Twitter, and perhaps add to the company’s current roster of 284 million active users.
According to Bloomberg, starting in the first half of the year, tweets will appear in search results as soon as they are posted.
The deal is similar to a content-sharing agreement that Google and Twitter had in place between 2009 and 2011.