I explored Graph Search Live
Graph Search just rolled out today on my Facebook Accounts. I explored and was quite happy with the experience. Definitely a new one, within in a nice graphic environment and with intuitive auto-deducting engine that offers possibilities to filter and point.
Here are some screenshots to give you an idea.
What is being said about Facebook’s Graph Search?
Scooped from jonloomer.com
We scouted the Web trying to find out what was being said about the newly announced Graph Search, by Facebook, 15 January last.
What we learned from Social Media Management and Marketing in 2012, will just be good for the bin, at least for most of it. 2013 marks the start of a new era in Social Media as a Marketing discipline. We will need to learn how to anticipate and how to plan Online Marketing Campaigns with significant headroom.
Alain Bertrand – Social Media Strategist
Session ONE – Learning about Social Media Shifts in 2013 – Feb. 2013
WHAT ARE THEY ABOUT?
Social Media Private Talks are Speaking Sessions where only 22 privileged CEOs, Marketing and Communication executives will be invited to take knowledge of the latest development and trends in the world of Social Media. We will be talking about ways to deal with them and how to apply the fundamentals thereof, in our local Mauritian context. Continue reading
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What marketers should know about Facebook new social search feature, Graph Search.
No later than October last, while discussing in a forum of what we thought was to be that next big move into search from Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg made it clear anyway back in June 2012, that FB’s intention was not to challenge Google frontally, but to develop Social Search… He kept his word, and from we can deduct from the first looks of Graph Search is that they just may be right on it.
So here we are… waiting to discover Graph Search, with much expectancies in terms of Social Media Marketing and Management.
As we predicted 2013 is gonna see the big Social Media shift… And Facebook will only be one of the most, if not the most prominent instigator of all this.
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Unless You Have Got What They Are Specifically Looking For
Article scooped from adage.com, by Yuchun LEE, Vice President, IBM Enterprise Marketing Management Group.
Size never matters, Quality does… Always! It’s better to have 100 advocates only, than have 100,000 fans or friends. This has been my credo ever since I started Social Media.
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