Advance Facebook Graph Search Queries List For Marketers

Facebook graph search can help you to target audience organically as well as for Facebook Ads. Let’s find the advanced Facebook queries you can use for marketing on Facebook.

Facebook is the top social media medium used worldwide and that’s why it’s the first choice for businesses to reach their targeted audience based on the location, age group, gender and much more.

In this article, you will go through Facebook graph search queries that marketers can use for finding resources to reach the particular targeted audience. You can also use these Facebook queries to find stuff from your area.

List Of Facebook Graph Search Queries

I have divided the queries into four types, let’s know what they are and how to use them.

People Search

Facebook has the largest number of user database more than 1.49 billion, so if I say you to find a particular person then it’s not an easy task. Thanks to Facebook graph search that make it easy to search people by their name, location and company. Marketers can collect data for business marketing using search queries for people search.

 

You can try out these queries

“People named [name]”

“People named [name] who like [something]”

“People named [name] who like [something] and live in [city,state]”

“People who like [something] and live in [city,state]”

“People who live in [city/state] like [something]”

“People who work at [company name]”

“friends of people who work at [company name]”

“people who work with me at [company name]”

 

Search people who are you friends

“my friends that work at [company name]”

“my friends that like [company name]”

“my friends that live in [city,state]”

“my friends that go to [school name]”

“my friends that work at x and live in [city,state]”

“my friends that work at x and go to [school name]”

“my friends that work at [company name] and like [Company name/Place/ Local business/ Other Page]

“my friends that work at [company name]  and visited [city/state]”

“my friends who work at [company name] ”

“my friends who like [Company name/Place/ Local business/ Other Page] ”

“my friends who live in [city/state]”

“my friends who go to [school name]”

“my friends who work at [company name] and live in [city/state]”
Search people who are not your friends using these queries

“people who are not my friends that work at [company name] ”

“people who are not my friends that like [Page Name]”

“people who are not my friends that live in [city/state]”

“people who are not my friends that go to [school name]”

“people who are not my friends that work at [company name] and live in [city/state]”

“people who are not my friends that work at [company name] and go to [school name]”

“people who are not my friends that work at[company name] and like [Page Name]”

“people who are not my friends that work at [company name] and visited [city/state]”

“people who are not my friends that work at [company name] and visited [city/state]”

 

Find group of people

“groups of people who like [Page Name]”

“groups of people who like [Page Name] and [Page Name]”

“groups of people who like [Page Name] and go to [school name]”

“groups of people who like [Page Name] and visited [city/state]”

“groups of people who like [Page Name] and visited [city/state]”

 

Business Search

You can easily find businesses from local location or from any particular location where you want to visit.

“[business type] in [city/state]”

“[business type] near [city/state]”

“[business type] liked by people who like [page/business/city]”

“[business type] liked by people who live in [city, state] and like [page/business/city]”

“[business type] visited by fans of [page]”

“[business type] visited by people who work at [company]”

“[business type] visited by people who work at [company] and like [something]”

This type of search help businesses to identify niche traffic, you can find who liked your competitors page. Customers can easily find popular businesses that are popular in local area for their services or products.

Page Search

Page oriented queries help to identify customers behavior and interest. These queries will help to improve product sales.

“pages liked by people who like [page/business/city]”

“pages liked by people who live in [city/state]”

“pages liked by people who like [page/business/city] and work at [company]”

“pages liked by people who like [page/business/city] and live in [city/state]”

“pages liked by people who like [page/business/city] and go to [school name]”

“pages liked by people who like [page/business/city] and visited [city/state]”

“pages liked by people who live in [city/state] and work at [company]”

“pages liked by people who live in [city/state] and [school name]”

“pages liked by people who live in [city/state] and visited [city/state]”

 

Post Search

If you want to increase visibility of your business posts then post oriented queries are best to collect useful data.

“Posts liked by people who like [page]”

“Posts liked by people who like [page/business/city]”

“Posts liked by people who live in [city, state] and work at [company name]”

From these queries you can check customer behavior and check competitor, posts to create the better one.

 

With all above queries here are some other queries you might can use

Find Favorite interest of People

With these queries you can find favorite interest of people from the particular location or working in a particular company.

“favorite interests of people who like [page/business/city]”

“favorite interests of people who live in [city/state]”

“favorite interests of people who like [page/business] and live nearby

“favorite interests of people who like [page/business] and live in [city/state]”

“favorite interests of people who like [page/business] and visited [city/state]”

“favorite interests of people who like [page/business] and work at [company name]”

 

Find Places to Live:

“apartment & condo buildings near [city/state]”

“apartment & condo buildings in [city/state]”

 

Find Movies:

“movies liked by people who live in [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who work at [company name]”

“movies liked by people who go to [school name]”

“movies liked by people who like [page/business]”

“movies liked by people who visited [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who live in [city/state] and like [page/business]”

“movies liked by people who live in [city/state] and work at [company name]”

“movies liked by people who live in [city/state] and go to [school name]”

“movies liked by people who live in [city/state] and visited [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who work at [company name] and live in [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who work at [company name] and go to [school name]”

“movies liked by people who work at [company name] and like [page/business]”

“movies liked by people who work at [company name] and visited [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who like [page/business] and live in [city/state]”

“movies liked by people who like [page/business] and work at [company name]”

“movies liked by people who like [page/business] and go to [company name]”

“movies liked by people who like [page/business] and visited [city/state]”

 

Find Music:

“music liked by people who live in [city/state]”

“music liked by people who work at [company name]”

“music liked by people who go to [school name]”

“music liked by people who like [page/business]”

“music liked by people who visited [city/state]”

“music liked by people who live in [city/state]”and like [page/business]”

“music liked by people who live in [city/state]”and work at [company name]”

“music liked by people who live in [city/state]”and go to [school name]”

“music liked by people who live in [city/state]”and visited x-city/state

“music liked by people who work at x and live in [city/state]”

“music liked by people who work at x and go to [school name]”

 

Find Restaurants:

“restaurants in [city/state]”

“restaurants near [city/state]”

“american restaurants in [city/state]”

“american restaurants near [city/state]”

“american restaurants near [city/state]”

“barbecue restaurants [city/state]”

“barbecue restaurants near [city/state]”

“bars & grills in [city/state]”

“bars & grills near [city/state]”

“bbq restuarants in [city/state]”

“bbq restuarants near [city/state]”

“breakfast & brunch places in [city/state]”

“breakfast & brunch places near [city/state]”

“burger restaurants in [city/state]”

“burger restaurants near [city/state]”

“cafes in [city/state]”

“cafes near [city/state]”

“asian restaurants in [city/state]”

“asian restaurants near [city/state]”

“asian restaurants near [city/state]”

“chinese restaurants in [city/state]”

“chinese restaurants near [city/state]”

“indian restaurants in [city/state]”

“indian restaurants near [city/state]”
Use these Facebook graph search queries to explore local area or particular area you want to target for your business. These queries helped me to improve the Facebook marketing of different businesses. If you are using any other query that is not in the list please share and I will add up in the list.

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