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Meet Facebook's Graph Search Tool
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Melanie Rodier
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Melanie Rodier,
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1/17/2013 | 9:11:26 PM
re: Meet Facebook's Graph Search Tool
"Tom Stocky, director of product management at Facebook, suggested that Graph Search could be useful for recruiting." I would think that LinkedIn is still going to be much more useful for this. I don't know how many people actually list their job experience on Facebook, whereas that's a large part of what Linkedin is for...I'm sure Facebook would like to compete in that space too, but it seems a bit of a stretch. At least for now.
verdumont456
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verdumont456,
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1/16/2013 | 9:54:23 PM
re: Meet Facebook's Graph Search Tool
One interesting fact - Right now this search is not working as intended.. For example, if I try to locate my friends in the town I live in, this search is returning people who has clearly mentioned other town in their info. Query I used is "My friends who live in <cityname>" I guess it might look into their history (may be they had lived in my town a long back) and return the results..</cityname>


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