Are you looking for ways to find laser-targeted followers on Facebook? Now you can easily do it with the help of Facebook Graph Search. If you are not familiar with Facebook Graph Search queries, it can be quite frustrating to try to find what you are looking for. Wrightimc.com has compiled a very compressive list of Facebook Graph Search queries. I’ve hand-picked the best 15 queries to share with you so that you can leverage the power of Facebook graph search.
Facebook Graph Search was a semantic search engine that was introduced by Facebook in March 2013. Unlike Google search, Facebook Graph Search was designed to give answers to user natural language queries rather than a list of links. The Graph Search feature combined the big data acquired from over one billion Facebook users and external data into a search engine providing user-specific search results.
To make it easier to understand, Simon Penson explains Facebook Graph Search as
. . . Facebook’s way of mapping all the data we give the platform together in a really useful way. It is by far the best example of “Social Search” – the premise of creating a search engine based not on websites but on entities – people, places and things.
The search results include not only people, posts, hashtags and locations, but also friends of friends, people with similar interests and people nearby.
Here are 15 useful Facebook Graph Search queries to locate your target audience:
Find People by where they work:
1) people who work at [company]
2) people who work at [company] and live in [city/state]
Find People by Pages they like:
3) people who like [page name] and [page name]
4) people who like [page name] and live in [city/state]
Find People who are not your friends but you might want to connect:
5) people who are not my friends that like [page name]
6) people who are not my friends that work at [company]
7) people who are not my friends that work at [company] and like [page name]
Find out what other pages or groups people like
8) Pages liked by people who like [page name]
9) pages liked by people who live in [city/state]
10) pages liked by people who like [page name] and live in [city/state]
11) groups joined by people who like [page name]
Find out people’s interests:
12) favorite interests of [person’s name]
13) favorite interests of people who like [page name]
14) favorite interests of people who live in [city/state]
15) favorite interests of people who like [page name] and live in [city/state]
With the above 15 Facebook Graph Search queries, you can start to search for your target audience on Facebook. Join our mailing list to get more tips like this.
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