A team of over 20 engineers working on a Facebook search would own social network, which would be direct competition with Google and its separation from the Microsoft search engine, Bing. The new search engine would be integrated within the social network and would make better use of the amount of content that Facebook users create both inside and outside of the social network every day.
Far from satisfied with the benefits of being the largest social network in the world, Facebook apparently also want a piece of the pie in terms of the benefits generated by the search engines. Moreover, far from content with compete with Google following the launch of Google+ by the Mountain View, Facebook could compete in the star of Google searches.
As confirmed by two members of the Facebook engineering team, who wanted to remain anonymous, told Bloomberg Businessweek, the social network is working on its own search engine right from within Facebook. The goal, as they say, is to help users sift through the volume of content that members create on the site, such as status updates, articles, videos and information on other sites.
With your own search within the social network, not only Facebook would compete directly with Google but they also say goodbye to its agreement with Microsoft, as Mark Zuckerberg’s social network currently integrates the of Redmond, Bing, search on the social network.
With its own search engine within the social network, Facebook not only compete directly with Google but also say goodbye to their agreement with Microsoft, as the social network of Mark Zuckerberg currently integrates with Redmond, Bing, in the social network. As recorded by Bloomberg Businessweek, the search market moves 15,000 million Dollars (11,317 million Euros) a year on advertising, so it can be a great opportunity for the company to compete with Google.