Google and Twitter have reportedly worked out an agreement that gives the search company immediate access to the 500 million tweets sent out on Twitter each day.

The search giant may choose to use those tweets to influence search results. In the past Google displayed top tweets from users, but that feature was pulled when Twitter took away the company’s access to the platform.

According to a source at Bloomberg, the deal is strictly a data-licensing agreement, meaning no advertising dollars will exchange hands.

The last time Google used Tweet’s in its search results was 2009 to 2011.

Sources suggest that Twitter finally agreed to a new deal in the hopes of on-boarding new active users in order to grow its revenue stream.

Tweet’s are likely to start showing up in Google search results before the end of Q2 2015.