Facebook unveiled “Graph Search” this past week. Although the new service is in its infancy and does not currently support paid listings, it’s likely that marketers will be given a chance to buy listings sometime in the future through Bing, which powers it. Here’s my first take on Graph Search, along with observations on how Graph Search may force Bing-based PPC advertisers to adopt a new set of strategies and tactics tailored for it.
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