The Information previously reported that Amazon threatened not to pay for ads it placed on Twitter because the social network had refused to pay Amazon Web Services bills for its cloud computing services for months.
At the same time, Twitter continues to pay bills for Google Cloud cloud services. At the same time, it’s worth noting that Twitter pays twice as much for Google services compared to Amazon services ($1 billion over five years versus $510 million over the same period).
Also recently, Google is known to be a bigger advertiser on Twitter than Amazon, and various Google accounts are active on the platform.
Also, keep in mind that Google Search directly integrates tweets (posts on the Twitter platform). In 2015, the two companies signed a licensing agreement for Twitter posts to appear instantly in Google search results.
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