Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social network is already handling a billion search queries per day, and that it is interested in launching a social search engine powered by the activity of its users — something that could turn out to be Google’s worst nightmare.
“Search engines are really evolving towards giving you a set of answers… like, I have a specific question, answer this question for me. And when you think about it from that perspective, Facebook is pretty uniquely positioned to answer a lot of the questions that people have. That’s one obvious thing that would be interesting for us to do in the future.”
Facebook has added a drop-down menu to the like button on pages that gives users who have liked those pages the options of adding those pages to interest lists, showing the likes in their news feeds, and unliking the pages.
Big brands have been experimenting with hashtags, though we haven't exactly seen a flood of them. Within a month of being able to post clickable hashtags, more than half of the top 100 brands on Facebook had used at least one hashtag in a post.
Facebook is trying out some new ways to cater to advertisers and gain back the faith of investors. On Tuesday, sister blog Inside Facebook reported that the social network will start allowing a select few pages to promote ads beyond their fan base.
Our friends at AllFacebook Stats brought up an interesting question when looking at the Facebook country statistics for this month: How much are the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games contributing to the surge in U.K.
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