Nearly half of all people in the United States have a Facebook profile, making it an excellent location to discover a person from the United States.
Search Facebook Profiles
You can search for individuals by name utilizing the Facebook Good friend Finder search. You can also browse for an individual on Facebook by email address by granting Facebook access to your e-mail address book. Facebook will import contact information from your e-mail account or instantaneous messenger account and search the contact details against their member database for matches.
Facebook has various individuals search features that allow you to discover and get in touch with current and past family and friends with a basic search.
The Facebook Friend Finder search will ask for access to your e-mail account and password. Facebook will search all the emails in your address book to see if any of the e-mail addresses match people who are currently on Facebook.
You can likewise look for people by name on Facebook or browse for individuals by last name.
You can also do a Facebook individuals look for existing and previous classmates.
Discovering classmates on Facebook is easy-- to do a Classmate Browse, roll over "Friends" in the top buddy finder search menu and select "Find Pals." You can then browse for classmates based upon school networks you come from.
Facebook's Schoolmate Browse lets you do a schoolmate search by high school, or by college name.
Facebook' colleague search can help you find people and colleagues from existing or former jobs. You can discover the colleague search on the same page as the Facebook schoolmate search.
You can do a people look for a coworker by business name and the person's name.
For Facebook's overview of doing an individuals search, please see http://www.facebook.com/help/?guide.