Jul 23, 2011

Smart take on Google+ vs. Facebook and everyone else from @TheBrandbuilder
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

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Olivier is raising a lot of good points here. In regards to Facebook, I agree that at least now that there is credible competition for time-on-site minutes (I still think the “switch” idea is a Straw-Man Argument from everybody, almost no one is going to switch completely), Facebook can’t run over its users’ concerns (privacy, etc.) quite as roughshod as it did until now. BTW, I just finally yesterday had the Facebook Messaging/Social Inbox update rolled out to me, and at first glance must say that it is nothing to write home about. Certainly not revolutionizing email in any meaningful ways. And the FB UI overall is actually looking a bit long-in-the-tooth, now that we’ve all played around on the shiny new Google+ interface for a while. Which, to be fair, also still has a good number of functionality issues, and actually had it’s first major “brouhaha” over the issue of Brand Profiles in the last few days: http://alexschleber.amplify.com/2011/07/22/curated-some-fun-some-serious-stuff-about-yesterdays-google-brand-brouhaha/
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