"When it comes to search strategy, Google and Facebook both seek to give users the best possible result. While Google will continue to trust technical data over social data, though, Facebook is likely to stake the success of its search engine - and perhaps the entire company - on a new kind of search that puts social context first.
For Facebook search to succeed, it needs to be more than a site that simply says “Your friend liked this sushi restaurant, so maybe you will too.” Eric Silver, founder of content management system maker WebKite, said Facebook will use a complex analysis of its social graph to push you toward the decision that's best for you".
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Via Antonino Militello