Posted July 8, 2009 10:08 am by with 3 comments

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While we’re tapping our feet–waiting for Twitter to come to our search results page–Aardvark has been busy bringing its answer engine to Twitter.

As you may (or may not), know, Aardvark allows you to ask questions and receive answers back from real people in your network. Well, TechCrunch is reporting that  ‘vark now lets you ask questions from within Twitter:

For now, the integration only includes asking questions – if you add @vark to the end, Aardvark picks it up and adds it to your account. In future versions, they may try to integrate responses from Twitter directly into Aardvark as well.

As of yet, Aardvark isn’t tapping into Twitter to source the actual answers, but will get back to you via direct message with your answer. It looks something like this:

Actually, that’s exactly how it looks! 😉

You can read more about it at the official announcement or watch the TechCrunch video below.

Have you used Aardvark? Will this Twitter integration actually make the service more useful?

  • Cory Huff

    I use Aardvark a little bit, and it’s pretty cool in concept, but it needs a larger network to make it work. I think this is a brilliant move on their part, and I hope it works out for them.

  • Alison

    Thanks for the writeup! We’re very excited about the Twitter integration. If you or any of your readers have any questions or feedback on it, I’d love to heard from you–

    Cory, glad to hear you’re using Aardvark, and don’t worry–Aardvark is quickly growing!

    – Alison @ Aardvark

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