While businesses have relied on SEO-related text to help them market and sell products online, now online businesses are increasingly relying on images to help sell products and achieve greater ranking results.
This week at GDC, there was some good news from the Facebook games and product teams for developers who integrate Facebook into their apps, including a renewed focus on games, a Developer Center targeted at game developers, and user stats. A few of the more interesting stats announced include:
This week, Facebook rolled out Graph Search, a new feature within the social networking site that will enable users to make new kinds of content connections based on information they’ve already input into the site as a whole. Graph Search is not only going to change how end users utilize Facebook, but it’s also potentially a game changer for developers and the process of app development.
What is Facebook Search Graph?
Have you read “Trust Agents” by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith? If not you might want to get a copy. If you are a social media practitioner in general or an online community manager specifically as I am, you already are one or you’re working very hard to become a Trust Agent. (Incidentally, Brogan and Smith are experts of all things social media and each is a must on your Twitter Follow list : @chrisbrogan, @julien.)