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Facebook recently announced the launch of a new search feature called ‘Graph Search’. Many people believe it’s Facebook’s first attempt at taking on the search giants, Google. However, if you do your research, they’re really playing in different ballparks.Graph Search, is a new tool to search for information within your network.
Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google Plus and Pinterest have become a popular way for businesses to communicate with their audience. However, what should you be saying to your customers…more importantly, what should you not be saying to them?
I see a lot of businesses on Facebook and to be honest some of them are knocking it out of the park. Unfortunately, the others (which make up the vast majority), are ‘on Facebook’ but that’s about it…
There seems to have been a lot of panic and concern from my clients and certainly some chaos in the blogosphere around changes to brand pages on Facebook. I thought I would give a rundown of the changes coming into play on March 31st.