Get ready for your college status updates to come back to haunt you.
"We’re testing an improvement to search on mobile," Facebook told The Huffington Post in an email. "In this test you can
"The setting was created when Facebook was a simple directory of profiles and it was very limited," he wrote. "For example
Go to your privacy page (again, here) and click on "Use Activity Log." PRO: The only way to take posts out of the search
Time to check out one of Facebook Graph Search's main sources of information, the pages you've liked. Go to your profile's
It remains to be seen what relationships or experiences Graph Search will enable, but, at least so far, the information it surfaces seems best suited to helping Facebook users do what they've always done: peer, unseen, into other peoples' lives.
The company might create a monster out of Graph Search, but the pieces aren't yet in place to start calling winners. Remember that when reading about Facebook killing Google, or Foursquare killing Yelp, or anyone killing Apple. There's always more to those link bait headlines.
As Digital Trends notes, incorporating old tweets into Twitter - especially from years ago - is a significant engineering
With the introduction of Facebook Graph Search, brands with multiple locations will soon find their Facebook strategy turned on its head. Which is to say that the value of marketing on Facebook is about to shift dramatically from the brand level to the local level.
Now that I actually have it, I'm glad Facebook considers it a beta product; that the company will have time to collect feedback
With Facebook's announcement of their "Graph Search," small business owners need to take a serious look at the content of their page. If your business does not have a complete profile, you are helping your competitors dominate the results page.
Although the stock market yawned at Facebook's announcement of "Graph Search," its new search service, with investors wagering it would only hurt smaller, vertical search services like Yelp and Linkedin, the truth is that it is potentially much more significant than that.
To review your search history, go to your Facebook profile, navigate to the "Activity Log" button on the right-hand side
Shares were down about 1.3 percent to $31.30 in mid-afternoon trading. (Reporting By Alexei Oreskovic; Editing by Paul Simao
It's easy to assume that when it comes to search, there's Google and nothing else. That was never the case.