12 Things You Need To Know About FaceBook Graph Search

12 Things You Need To Know About FaceBook Graph Search Avatar Posted by k2seo under Social Media
From http://www.k2seo.com 941 days ago
Made Hot by: Small Business Manifesto on February 5, 2013 7:13 am
You’ve probably heard of FaceBook Graph Search, FaceBook’s new semantic search engine, developed by Lars Rasmussen and Tom Stocky, former Google assets. This search engine focuses on proving answers in natural language than display a bunch of links. Here are several things you absolutely must know about FB Graph Search.



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Written by Adam_Gottlieb
942 days ago

I can see how this new FB feature will be incredibly useful to people as well as businesses interested in data mining. I know there are a lot of FB detractors out there, but IMO they are making a lot of strategic moves that will keep their users vested in the platform for many years to come.

On the other hand, major privacy issues here. This new feature can really be abused as well...



Written by bigmoneyweb
942 days ago

Graph Search is very different from Google search. With Graph Search, you combine a keyword search with friends who’ve shared content on Facebook related to that search. For example, you can search for friends in Boston who like volunteering for animal shelters. What this means is that there will be many more ways for people to discover your organization on Facebook. Thanks for sharing.



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