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Facebook

(ˈfeɪsˌbʊk)
n
(Communications & Information) a popular social networking website
vb
1. (Communications & Information) (tr; sometimes not capital) to search for (a person's profile) on the Facebook website
2. (Communications & Information) (intr; sometimes not capital) to use the Facebook website
ˈFaceˌbooker n
Translations
facebooker
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1 -- Facebook Graph Search will now include posts and status updates.
Google Blog Search allows users to comb through blogs -- places where products tend to be discussed and reviewed "quite a bit," Wisner says -- for specific keywords and phrases, while Facebook Graph Search is a semantic search engine made public in July that uses an algorithm to find information from within a user's network of Facebook friends.
Facebook Graph Search lets users find for specific things like friends in San Francisco who are vegan, or friends of friends who like hiking.
Facebook Graph Search is being rolled out to Facebook's more than a billion users, which means your photos, status updates and information can be searched in the hope of better connecting you with the world around you.
Facebook has been developing a new search interface in collaboration with Bing and has launched Facebook Graph Search in beta.
With Facebook Graph Search, social media referrals will be more organic because people who share a community's posts will automatically, and unintentionally, be referral marketing on the community's behalf.