All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Graph Search’

How to Make Sure (Most) People Can’t Find Your Embarrassing Facebook Posts in Graph Search

As you may have heard, Facebook just opened the floodgates when it comes to internet stalking. Yesterday, the company announced that Graph Search will now be able to pull up all of your old statuses, photo posts, check-ins, and basically any other post you’ve ever made on the network. Before, Graph Search was really limited to being able to cull …

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If You Live In The United States, You Now Have Facebook Graph Search

Facebook announced on Wednesday that Graph Search has finally completely launched to all users in the United States (in English). About a month ago, the company indicated that the process to getting it to everyone in the country had begun. “As a reminder, we introduced new privacy controls back in December and announced that we would be retiring the old …

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Facebook Graph Search Is Coming to All U.S. Users

If you’re an English language-using, United States-based Facebook user and you’ve yet to be granted access to Facebook’s Graph Search feature – that’s about the change. Apparently, Facebook feels comfortable enough with the product to start rolling it out to the masses. Starting today, Graph Search will begin to roll out to “several hundreds of millions” of users over the …

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Facebook Generates Random Graph Searches with New “Browse” Feature

Facebook wants you to discover all of the cool things that you can search for using the new Graph Search – so much so that they’re testing a link that will generate a new, random Graph Search query every time you click it. Some users are seeing a “Browse” link in the “Favorites” section on the left-hand side of their …

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Facebook Graph Search Gets Its First Wave of Ads

A small percentage of Graph Search users are now seeing some ads in their search results, marking the first time that Facebook has put any sort of advertising in their new product. Josh Constine at TechCrunch has a shot of the ads, which look like your basic sidebar ads. The Graph Search ads appear between the page breaks in Graph …

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Facebook Tests More Versions Of The Search Box

Here is what Facebook Graph Search has looked like for me until today: Everybody else that has had Graph Search that I have seen has had the same design. That is until last week, when we spotted a new design the company started testing. This one had more of a classic Facebook search feel to it, including a white box …

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Facebook Home Will ‘Hopefully’ Get Graph Search, Says Zuckerberg

It may be quite a while before we see it, but we can probably expect Facebook Home to get Graph Search built in sometime in the future. First, if you haven’t read about Facebook Home yet, go do that. Graph Search has not even been launched on mobile devices yet, and it remains to be seen how long that will …

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Will Google Ever Stop Dominating Search?

Google stock is currently taking a hit after reaching an all-time high last month. Any number of factors could be contributors to this, but some think it’s directly related to people’s decreased dependence on finding information with Google. Can Google keep its edge in search for the long term? Let us know what you think. Forbes, for example, has a …

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Facebook Tests Pre-Graph Search Era White Search Box

Facebook appears to be testing a new look for the search bar that more closely resembles the old white search box of old, as opposed to the box-less blue bar of the new Graph Search. Those who have been switched over to Graph Search since Facebook launched the product back in January have probably recognized that the search box at …

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You Can Get Keyword Data From Facebook Graph Search in Google Analytics

Will Facebook’s Graph Search become a major piece of successful online marketing strategies? It’s still in its infancy, and does only a small fraction of what it promises to do at this point, but just given the fact that it’s the search feature of Facebook (over a billion users), it seems like something that should play a significant part. Not …

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What Are Your Facebook Likes Revealing About You? (Hint: It’s a lot)

Is it possible that you are unwittingly outing yourself – as gay, as a conservative, as Muslim, or as a pot smoker – by simply liking stuff on Facebook? Sure, you could easily do this by liking the “Gay Men’s Alliance for Rolling Joints #420″ page (I don’t think this really exists, just an example). But that’s not what we’re …

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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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