Did you know that YouTube ranks second only to Google for all online search queries? How about that compared to Google, social networks refer twice as much traffic to USA Today, People Magazine and ESPN? Such is the case says Web 2.0 blogger Brian Solis in How to Become Findable and Shareable in Social Media. Solis outlines how the ways in which users search for information is shifting from the traditional curation practiced by mainstream search engines to feedback from our social graphs, citing real life examples from well-known brands.
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