An overview of what happened in search and social in the past week in search and social with news about Bing, Google, Facebook and more.
A conference about Facebook marketing, ROI and more. State of Search’ Claire Thompson reports.
A rumour popped up that Facebook and Yahoo are supposedly talking about creating a search engine. It seems false, but what if it was true?
Avinash Kaushik talks about mobile, Facebook and tells us how he is able to deliver a different keynote every time: by doing. Not just to read, but also do.
This study looks at the difference between male and female targeting on Facebook. More women use Facebook but Men click more and drive cheaper traffic.
Facebook runs into three issues which could make users turn their backs on them, Facebook offers are too much in your face and privacy issues raise concerns
Google acquires Nik Software, makers of several different apps like Snapseed, which will improve the Google+ experience.
The entire interview Mike Arrington did with Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
At Techcrunch Disrupt Mark Zuckerberg talked about Facebook maybe getting into the search space. The question is how and when will they do it.
You can now search your friends photos on Bing and you can analyze your Facebook account using Wolfram Alpha.