Over the weekend I was finally ‘approved’ to use Graph Search. Love the whole top area changing (did take me a bit of time to remember it). I instantly started to mess around. Not too bad – some searches didn’t give me what I was seeking, but realized it may have to do with several factors.
One is how you reference yourself in the Work and Education area. I was curious how many friends are Virtual Assistants and only one person came back. Now I know I’m friends with many of them. When I searched for one of them I realized that they are not classifying them self as a VA, but as another business title. If you are looking for a job in marketing or human resource and want to know any friends that may be in this field you may not find them.
The next thing I did was search for ‘friends that are married and like hiking’. I got loads of these! Pretty cool. I searched for photos of my friends and that of course turned out many images current and back in the early days.
If you put the right words about yourself in the areas – Work and Education, Basic Info, Relationship, and Contact Info you might be able to be found in the Graph Search. Take a few minutes and look over these sections and make sure you can be found in the Graph Search especially for your business title.
Maybe consider not listing yourself as a CEO, President, but more into an SEO keyword for the type of business you are. I list myself as a Virtual Assistant which as many of you know is a very strong SEO keyword.
Are you now using Facebook’s Graph Search? Are you utilizing it any different way that suits your personal and business needs? Take a few minutes to comment below on what you are doing.