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Why Google+ Will Fail Miserably Against Facebook

Google’s new social platform, Google+, promises to offer supreme social interface to the end users. It is positioned against Facebook and has been launched too late. The service from Google is available to the end users on invitation basis at the moment. The end users are clueless about the service though tech analysts across the globe have covered the topic deeply on their magazines the end users are yet to get their hands-on to the device. The service aims at segmenting friends on the basis of +circles and also provides mobile mode for sharing updates too. Facebook has a user base of 750,000 across the globe and is expected to become $100 billion enterprise by 2012. The interface of Google+ is confusing and is hardly accessible to users. At present the service runs in beta mode and there are one too many bugs that must be fixed by Google to even stand in front of Facebook.

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Over the years, Facebook has streamlined its services by offering smarter frontiers for one and all. The end users can leverage from the services of social giant right on their PC’s or mobile devices with utmost security. They can create custom pages, share updates or videos on the Facebook interface without any constraints at all. Google’s services are still under contention and Google+ service will eventually fail to make an impact in the longer run.

Google has been rolling out fiasco products in the recent past. Google+ will follow the footsteps of Google Buzz in the longer term. The end users are already downplaying their possibility of adopting the service and their loyalty to Facebook will grow stronger by the day. The solution from Google will eventually get a minus 1 from the value centric customers from across the globe. Don’t even bother leveraging from Google’s services.

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