Facebook vs. Google+ Searchers – How Their Demographics Differ

Google+ did fear Facebook when it was released with a boom sometime back. However, for now it has become a spammer’s paradise to say the least. The search demographics for Google+ and Facebook differ tremendously across the nations. A deeper drill down indicates that a segment of professional users who are bothered about Facebook security in US and Asia prefer Google+ over Facebook. However, the young guns across the world who are aged between 13-35 years prefer keeping their bet on Facebook than on Google+. Amongst the sexes – female still prefer leveraging from Google+ while their male counterparts are loyalists towards Facebook.

The search queries for Facebook exceed that of Google+ by a fair margin across the international territories. In terms of loyalty Facebook still leads Google’s new social baby exceedingly. Facebook has perhaps become more responsive after the entry of Google in this segment. Some of the finest feature enablement such as new photo tagging process, better photo viewing options and upcoming Facebook Music along with video options will make it a prime network amongst the users. The demographics of both the networks differ remarkably and the privacy conscious prospects are certainly in favor of Facebook by a margin on the fly.

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