Jeff shared an interesting article from Bloomberg yesterday afternoon. I think it is worth a quick scan: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...=sendgrid&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=top10 I have two questions for the community? WAY back in 2011, many thought that the original decision to not show Tweets in search had more to do with Google's interest in promoting the G+ initiative rather than user experience in search. Do you think that this new "mutually beneficial" agreement that does not include any advertising revenue share is a signpost for G+'s eventual retirement? What changes, if any, does your dealership need to make to its current Twitter strategy now that Tweets will be returned in search?