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August 18, 2015

Help on Social: Answer Questions About Google

The more you think about it, the more you realize that Google's next acquisition could be Twitter. Why not buy Twitter, now that Google+ is an also-ran and Facebook is more powerful than ever?

After integrating Twitter with Google Search, now Google launches Help on Social, "a new way to ask and answer Google questions on Twitter". Help on Social is powered by Conversocial and brings together Google product questions from across Twitter so you can ask questions or help others. You can add #gHelp to your question to make sure that it's spotted by Help on Social, but the site shows Google-related tweets even if they don't use the hashtag.

If you want to answer questions in Help on Social, you need to create a profile, connect your Twitter account and select the Google products that interest you. You can then find tabs with answered, unanswered and pinned questions. Why would you answer questions about Google? You can win points and become a Top Contributor.

{ Thanks, Stefan and David. }


  1. They demand WAY too many permissions to mess with my Twitter account.

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  3. Hah, really? that one is not like qesutions to me that is like to me more like posts that one it should be removed by now because they are not questions they are only posts ... :D i think that nobody wound used just like google+

  4. Google, you wound't acquisitie Twitter.... -.-..


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