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by Stephen Logan on 15th April 2010
Google has launched a new tool that will allow people to expand their Twitter network.
Discussing the matter on its official blog, the organisation states that its experimental new service – called Google Follow Finder – will enable those using the microblogging site to enter their account name and be presented with a list of people they may be interested in following.
Similarly, "you can also get interesting suggestions by entering other Twitter user names", Google continues.
The brand explains that the new function is based on its anywhere frameworks, which make it easy for any website to add Twitter functionality.
These frameworks are being used to "provide dynamic information about Twitter accounts and one-click following", Google adds.
Lists generated by Google Follow Finder are built using public following and follower lists on the social networking site.
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