5 Things Google+ Offers Brands That Facebook Doesn’t

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The world of social media moves very quickly. It can be hard keeping up with all the new tools and social networks being introduced, let alone accurately weigh the pros and cons of one platform over another.

Just last month, businesses were invited to join Google+ with the introduction of Brand Pages — Google’s attempt to compete against the well-established and very popular Facebook Pages. Many people are asking, “What does Google+ offer brands that Facebook doesn’t?” Here are five answers to that question.

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  • http://www.mojavecopy.com Sam

    The social landscape seems cluttered right now and not too many people get why Google would play on this field. Really the thing is, why not? They could end up # 1&2 in the search world in a short time. Although I have a page for biz I’m not sure what to do with it for now but 2012 will surely see more activity in G+

    • http://www.internetbillboards.net Tom George

      Hi Sam,

      I see the tremendous opportunity to grow a business using Google Plus, as well as many other platforms, but you are right things are very cluttered at the moment. I do believe when the smoke clears and the dust settles that Google Plus will be in the forefront of social sharing and search. I think this is what will give them a fair fight with Facebook. The fact that the Google Plus posts are now ending up in Google search.