Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Individual Facebook profiles will now appear in search results.
What does this mean to you?
If you have your own Facebook profile, then you can piggy back on the high search visibility of the “www.facebook.com” domain to control your personal online brand. If I type my name into Google right now, my blog entires and LinkedIn profile dominate the results (other than the other Mike Kujawski who purchased www.mikekujawski.com years ago to make a C-class website with pics of himself, his dog, and his wife–he appears #1). Now my Facebook profile will be joining these results. So make sure your profile pics are accurate and up to date; and get ready for an onslaught of people requesting to add you as friends!
I looked all over and couldn’t find an email for you, so here’s a note in the comments. Thanks for your note on my blog. I’m happy to have discovered yours now. I think social media is an inescapable necessity for most social marketing campaigns.
An unrelated question – how much work was it for you to transfer your blog from Blogger to WordPress? I’m looking at different options but not sure if it’s worth the trouble.
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