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Today we're excited for our friends at Facebook. Now Facebook users in the U.S. have the option to "Search Facebook" or "Search the Web." In addition, adCenter is delivering search ads alongside those results. For me that means getting great search results while receiving highly relevant ads that are personalized by either my Facebook profile or search query. Find out more about the Facebook team's first implementation of Live Search in their blog.
This is a great first step in our partnership. As we evaluate user feedback and results we'll explore additional ways to integrate Live Search more deeply into the Facebook experience.
We'll have more to share on this partnership in the weeks to come, so stay tuned. In the meantime, tell us what you think on our Facebook page.
Angus Norton, Senior Director, Live Search Product Management
I am glad you are using MSDN blogging platform for Live Search Blog instead of those annoying ads filled Live Space Blogging platform.
Makes the blog very clean and readable. You should do the same with Live space. Those ads at the top on all the MSN and Live properties are most annoying implementation of the ads on the internet.
Please get rid of those large ads on MSN and Live to make the services and the content on those platform more readable and credible.
This is fantastic, glad you guys made it with the integration. I'm looking forward to seeing how far you take this. It's funny that on Sunday I published an article on my thoughts on how far Microsoft could take this partnership. If anyone on your team is interested, have a read: http://www.realsoftwaredevelopment.com/who-wants-to-beat-google/
Keep up the fantastic work!
Miguel from cold Winnipeg, Canada
gr8 news finally Live Search with Facebook.
I want to know searching from facebook will count as a global search or jst intranet.
Make it for image, video, maps, all other verticals ..
More proof that microsoft hates the rest of the world. =(
Thank you for the Facebook integration. Very helpful!
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