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?
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We scouted the Web trying to find out what was being said about the newly announced Graph Search, by Facebook, 15 January last.
Thanks to Jon Loomer‘s devotion to digital marketing, we found on his page, all the answers we were looking for, from the best voices and authorities in the field. Read hereafter: Continue reading
See also Social Media through the Islanders’ Prism on Scoop.it
What marketers should know about Facebook new social search feature, Graph Search.
Alain Bertrand‘s insight:
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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MY TOP 10 WOMEN of 2012
Like I said in a previous blogpost, 2012 has been quite a flat good year. But it also looked like Venus’ last solar transit gave women a boost like never before. Noticeably in business, causes, politics where they seem to instill a new style in management and initiative taking. Their moves have been smarter, sexily intelligent, and gutsy at times. They have been ruling the thoughts leadership planet, getting things to be seen, felt in a somehow unusual perspective. But then again, it worked out well! The girls, this year have shown that serious pragmatic matters can be run with the heart, with experience and manly logic as supporting the drive. Here’s my personal Top 10 Women of the year, beyond their natural beauty, they have, at least, one common feature… Innovation!… Even my 75-years young Mum!
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For how much it weighs, my answer is NO!
The way some murky capitalist system treats successful self-made men and women, especially in the innovative tech sector, is really indecent. Brilliant founder brains like Twitter‘s Dorsey, Vimeo‘s Lodwick, Google‘s Larry Page have gone down that lane. Even Charismatic Steve Jobs learned it the hardest way and more… during the past months, Facebook founder’s legitimacy has been and is still being questioned too.
Does that mean that Entrepreneurs cannot be leaders? Or is it because, and for reasons attached to outrageous financial greed, thinkers must make place for coin counters? Continue reading
Blogs and Blogging – more than 500,000,000 Spaces of Freedom
A true success story
This trendy mode of expression first appeared in the 1990’s. It was about some geeks sharing their interests and thoughts with their fellow geeks on the cybersphere.
Initially designed as a web journal where personal stories, thoughts and events were logged into, the Blog is the contraction, a portemanteau of weB Log. It then created a buzz about creating content, which in turn, developped into a lucrative business. Remember Huffington Post which started as a blog to become today’s topmost content aggregator, weighing more than $ 500M. But it is still a hard way to make sustainable revenue at personal level. Continue reading