Add results from twitter search to your Google search results page (Firefox)
Twitter search results provide you a real-time view of what exactly other users think about a particular thing or product that you searched for. So wouldn't it be nice if you get results from twitter search directly shown to you, right on your Google Search results page? Yes. Well, this is now possible.
We are not saying that Google has acquired Twitter for this purpose. Instead, we will share with you a hack that can make Twitter Search Reults appear in Google Search Results Page. As of now this hack works only for the Mozilla Firefox Browser. Read this article to find out how to do the same in Google Crome Browser.
Here is how you go about it:
1) Download and Install the GreaseMonkey Addon for Mozilla Firefox Browser.Restart your browser.
2) Install the Twitter Search Results greasemonkey script. This script will work only if you have installed the GreaseMonkey Addon as described in the previous step.
3) Search for something, and if twitter results exist for your query, they will be shown in the Google Search results page just below the search Bar.
Related: Add results from twitter search to your google search results page in Google Chrome Browser
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