Tumblr, Taylor (Swift), and Turbulence (Over Graph Search): the Social 6 for 1/25/13

January 25, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Yesterday I shared a lot, and you guys clicked and shared even more, making it really tricky to curate the Social 6, since quite a few noteworthy stories & pieces got left out. Still, we had a great 24-hour news cycle, highlighted by Keds’ big Taylor Swift campaign, quite a few Facebook Graph Search pieces — including two that disagree with one another — and the most clickworthy of the day, a new guest post on the Going Social site by content & community standout Tanya Barrios. Here’s your Social 6:

#6: Keds’ Taylor Swift campaign spends across traditional & social media channels (New York Times)

#5: No, Facebook’s Graph Search Is Not Turning Up Racists and Cheaters (New York Magazine)

#4: You Can’t Hide from Facebook Graph Search (Businessweek)

#3: Tumblr launches quicker, Twitter-like post creation for a smaller and more streamlined experience (The Next Web)

#2: Facebook Graph Search Shows You ‘Married People Who Like Prostitutes’ & ‘Employers Of People Who Like Racism‘ (Forbes)

#1: 3 Essential Steps to Handling a Social Media Crisis (Going Social)

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