All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘facebook graph search’

Facebook Promotes Graph Search to the Less Than 0.1% of Users with Graph Search

Let’s just say that Facebook has 1 billion MAUs. Yes, they announced that milestone a little while back so they most definitely have a few more than that, but for the purposes of this calculation just indulge me. Ok, 1 billion active users. In a blog post today, Facebook says that hundreds of thousands of people are currently using the …

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Facebook Graph Search Is Going to Produce a Lot of Funny, Odd, and Creepy Queries

New Tumblr alert! New Tumblr alert! Like that Tumblr blog that let people post odd responses from Siri when she first debuted on iOS, or those various Tumblr blogs that show odd Google autocomplete suggestions, this new Tumblr blog that centers around a new Facebook feature is sure to provide us with some giggles over the next few months. Maybe …

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Facebook Graph Search Will Contain Instagram Data Says Zuckerberg

When Facebook’s new Graph Search begins to roll out to the masses, it will focus on four things: people, photos, places, and interests. Those are the key areas that Facebook says the first stage of the new search feature will allow people to explore. Next on the list, Facebook says they want to add post data and open graph data …

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Facebook Graph Search Retains Bing as Important Partner

Today, at an event at their Menlo Park HQ, Facebook unveiled ‘what they’ve been working on”: Graph Search. Graph Search is Facebook’s attempt to improve the site’s search function by giving it a massive makeover. With Graph Search, Facebook says that they want to make it easier to navigate your connections, and make them more useful. Basically, Graph Search will …

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