Thursday, July 18, 2013

3 Tips to get the most out of Facebook's Graph Search

facebook graph search
You might have heard of the Facebook Graph Search. It's a new semantic search engine that Facebook introduced in March 2013 and made available for all users in July 2013. The engine combines data from Facebook's users and other external data providing user-specific search results. Additional results are provided by Microsoft's Bing search engine. Visit Facebook to learn more about Graph Search.
But, how can you get the most out of this new search engine?
If you want more people to find your page through Graph Search here are some tips:

  • Add location to your Facebook page - As Graph Search has built-in geo-targeting, be sure to include location details to your Facebook Fan or Business Page.
  • Attract the right audience - It's critical to attract the right fans and give them incentives to interact with your content all the time. The more they comment, like and share your content, the better.
  • Update your About Page - Be sure to follow these tips for your About Page. Try to give as much information to your clients as possible.
More tips at Shiftcomm and Searchengineland.
You are welcome to make your suggestions about Facebook's Graph Search at the comment section below.