Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search

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The new Facebook Graph Search offers a different way to search, but your content need to have the right information like Keywords and so on. Have a look at the Cheat Sheet to prepare your next Facebook post in a different way.

Thank you for the Tip

Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search - Tip by Marita
Thanks to my friend Marita Roebkes, the Co-Founder of Society3, managing business partner networks and Society3 Academy. Marita pointed me to this helpful Infographic about Facebook Graph Search. Marita works for Society3 which is the company behind the powerful Social Media tool Xeeme where you get all your Social Media profiles in one place which made sharing they much easier Get your Xeeme Card free of charge today and if you like have a look to Detlev at XeeMe to connect with me on other networks as well

Infographic about Facebook Graph Search

The 9 Step Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search Optimization

Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.

Do you use Facebook Graph Search?

Let me know your own results from Facebook Graph Search. Did you ever used this new and powerful function?

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7 comments

  1. […] Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search (detart.wordpress.com) […]

  2. eloy christensen · · Reply

    This is no solution. First, you have no way of knowing your friend’s settings—whether they publicly share their Likes, Friend lists, or any other of the myriad pieces of information on a Facebook profile. Second, you have no easy way of dissociating with your friends and relationships. No way, that is, except to unfriend them, and that hardly seems like the solution to this problem.

  3. While Graph Search is a powerful tool, there are a number of pitfalls when it comes to its usefulness. First of all, Facebook Graph Search is only useful when users have “liked” a lot of pages. Graph Search does not go so far as to root through a user’s status updates to find relevant information. With this in mind, Facebook’s search engine results page will exclude a number of users who don’t take the time to “like” anything.

  4. […] Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search (detart.wordpress.com) […]

  5. […] Cheat Sheet for Facebook Graph Search The new Facebook Graph Search offers a different way to search, but your content need to have the right information like Keywords and so on. Have a look at the Cheat Sheet to prepare your next Facebook post in a different way. […]

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