26 Feb '13, 5pm

Facebook’s Graph Search and Google+ for Social: Does One Have to Prevail?

Facebook’s Graph Search and Google+ for Social: Does One Have to Prevail?

I personally believe that Facebook Graph search won’t be very big (much like their BranchOut attempt) and Google+ will continue to be used for business-social networking purposes. If I had to choose one of the other, my bets go to Google because search gets less repetitive than social, and therefore I think people hold on to their search engines longer and stronger than their social networks.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/facebooks-graph-search...

Tweets

Facebook Graph Search: How Multi-Location Brands & Local Marketers Can Capitalize

Facebook Graph Search: How Multi-Location Brand...

searchenginewatch.com 27 Feb '13, 8am

Local marketing has grown increasingly important in recent years with the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, GPS, and ...

The Hidden Google Search Box

The Hidden Google Search Box

searchengineland.com 26 Feb '13, 6pm

It seems as if Google is testing hiding the search box completely from the Google search results page. A post in a Google+...

Google's Search Box Going Away

seroundtable.com 26 Feb '13, 2pm

I usually use the address bar in Chrome to search. Once you do a second search, you have to use the mouse to refocus on th...

Is the social sky falling? Facebook's algorithm...

123-reg.co.uk 27 Feb '13, 4pm

Facebook has changed its reach algorithm a couple of months ago but most Page owners are just starting to notice that thei...

Facebook Shares How People Are Using Graph Sear...

searchengineland.com 28 Feb '13, 5pm

Getting people to use Facebook Graph Search other than finding people could help Facebook build a search business that cou...

Reddit AMA Reveals Graph Search Has Been In The...

searchengineland.com 24 Feb '13, 8pm

At the core of the system sits a Context-Free Grammar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Context-free_grammar ) describing all ...

How Search Works – Google Tells All

How Search Works – Google Tells All

searchenginejournal.com 01 Mar '13, 5pm

Google is always looking to eliminate spam. The majority of web spam is done automatically through Googles Algorithms. How...

Live @ SMX West: Inside Google’s Game-Changing ...

searchengineland.com 21 Feb '13, 1pm

Google’s key, game-winning insight, the one that ultimately led to its dominance in web search, was that links were really...

The 68 Most Authoritative Search Marketing Blogs In One Custom Search Engine

The 68 Most Authoritative Search Marketing Blog...

searchenginepeople.com 28 Feb '13, 2pm

I used some of the platform's advanced features. First, I used the keyword 'marketing' to focus the search results. Second...

What is the Value of Facebook for Business?

vrmedia.com.sg 28 Feb '13, 3am

Facebook, 1 billion users, and a hub for connection. Ever since Facebook went public, there has been one overriding questi...

A Search Engine To Search For Sites Manually Penalized By Google

A Search Engine To Search For Sites Manually Pe...

seroundtable.com 06 Mar '13, 1pm

Remember your favorite part of the Google how search works portal? Yea, how you can see examples of pages Google removed f...

SearchCap: The Day In Search, February 25, 2013

searchengineland.com 25 Feb '13, 10pm

Google Panda Two Years Later: The Real Impact Beyond Rankings & SEO Visibility (Editor’s Note: This is the second in a ser...

Social SEO Insights for the New Age of Search

Social SEO Insights for the New Age of Search

searchenginejournal.com 28 Feb '13, 2pm

HootSuite : One of the most popular social management platforms, HootSuit allows a team to monitor, analyze, and engage wi...

Facebook Shares How People Are Using Graph Sear...

searchengineland.com 03 Mar '13, 9am

Getting people to use Facebook Graph Search other than finding people could help Facebook build a search business that cou...

Gmail Search Field Trial Adds Calendar Results To Google Search

Gmail Search Field Trial Adds Calendar Results ...

searchengineland.com 27 Feb '13, 6pm

Finally, just a strange oddity. While this is still called the “Gmail Search Field Trial,” it has moved well past Gmail, a...