Will Facebook replace search engines in the UK?
My theory is that if you compare US residents with UK residents and their relationship with advertising/commercialism there are differences that will impact on the potential of FB in the UK as a replacement search engine. In short, as an analogy - in the US, if a Christmas tree goes up in the mall in October the response may be 'Gee, that sure puts a spring in my step', whereas in the UK the response is 'WTF!!! it's only October' - in short Bbrits are IMO not as accepting of commercialism in all areas of their lives as Americans are. Forgive the generalizations, but....
i am for Britain and your statement is completely and utterly...true! I know plenty of British people that would say those exact words! in terms of facebook replacing search engines...that will never happen. Google is part of a british way of life, if there is any question unanswered we Brits say " just google it".
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