Online reputation manager BrandYourself now helps you figure out who is searching for your name. They are being Googled, BrandYourself co-founder Patrick Ambron tells Mashable. BrandYourself competitors such as Ziggs and Naymz also track the geographic locations of profile.
Despite the promises of many websites, there is no easy way to determine if someone is searching for you on the Internet. A personal site or profile with a social.
While the site doesn't allow you to find out who's visited your profile, it keeps track of the friends who've checked out your ephemeral Facebook.
Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the resulting privacy concerns, Facebook has finally decided to let users see who viewed their.
Note: You won't see this box if you haven't had any profile views in the past 90 days. Also, viewing timeframes may vary over time and as people view your.
Here's a PSA for anyone on Facebook: go have a look-see at what you've been searching. Before users get too excited about Facebook's new.
According to Fast Company, it is not possible for Facebook users to see if other users have searched for them. Apps or programs that claim to show who is.
FACEBOOK Stories have launched and they have the surprise effect of letting you see who's looking at your Facebook profile.
I have a Google Alert on Kashmir Hill mainly to tell me when other journalists mention my work. (Both Gawker's Jezebel and the Wall Street.
The short answer is no. There is no way anyone you search for on the site can see that you did so. Your search history is only viewable.