In the past, sharing your opinion of the speech, and its content, was relegated to water coolers and talk radio. Now, thanks to the magic of digital, you are able to give feedback online in real time and be heard.
Here is a little infographic that our team put together to summarize the ways we see Facebook Graph Search changing digital marketing in the future.
Buried in yesterday’s announcement of Facebook’s new Graph Search feature was the mention of Bing web searches being included in some Graph Search results.
With Facebook’s Graph Search announcement today, we may be about to see a shift back to focusing in on page likes. Graph Search is based on discovering people and brands based on the likes of others…
Its been a pretty busy week for digital marketers. Here is a quick summary of some of this week’s highlights…
According to AdAge, Bing will soon begin adding recommendations from your Facebook friends to your search results.
This is the latest in a never-ending game of social one-upmanship being played by Google and a Microsoft/Facebook alliance, and comes just a few weeks after Google unveiled their own version of the like button, +1.
Microsoft has added Twitter search results to the news search page on its search engine, Bing. Twitter results now show up in a far right-hand column on the page just below the “most recent” section. The tweets scroll in real-time but you have the option to pause them if you want to read a particular […]
CNET is reporting today on ComScore’s Video Metrix report for February 2011. Google’s sites (YouTube) are still the top place for video viewers. Microsoft (Bing) is now second after being ranked seventh in January. Yahoo and Facebook round out the top four. I expect Facebook to jump in these rankings soon as they start offering […]