Nearly half of all people in the United States have a Facebook profile, making it a great location to discover an individual from the US.
How To Search For People On Facebook
You can browse for individuals by name using the Facebook Buddy Finder search. You can also look for an individual on Facebook by email address by giving Facebook access to your e-mail address book. Facebook will import contact info from your e-mail account or instant messenger account and search the contact information versus their member database for matches.
Facebook has various people search features that enable you to find and get in touch with current and previous family and friends with a simple search.
The Facebook Friend Finder search will request access to your e-mail account and password. Facebook will search all of the emails in your address book to see if any of the email addresses match individuals who are already on Facebook.
You can also browse for people by name on Facebook or search for people by last name.
You can also do a Facebook individuals search for current and former classmates.
Discovering classmates on Facebook is simple-- to do a Classmate Search, roll over "Pals" in the leading friend finder search menu and select "Find Pals." You can then look for schoolmates based upon school networks you belong to.
Facebook's Schoolmate Browse lets you do a classmate search by high school, or by college name.
Facebook' coworker search can assist you discover people and colleagues from existing or previous tasks. You can find the coworker search on the same page as the Facebook classmate search.
You can do a people search for a colleague by company name and the individual's name.
For Facebook's guide to doing a people search, please see http://www.facebook.com/help/?guide.