Google Plus Pages Vs Facebook's Pages
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The Saga continues between G+ & FB the Business Page wars
Today people world wide are faced with so many options in terms of digital communications, its a very tough thing to choose whats right for each individual. Each day a new idea is released to the public from competing companies, and Internet giants alike.
We have gotten to a point in our existence where most human beings, depend on machines for accessing many basic necessities, as well as complex functions to conduct their everyday business needs. With that being stated its no wonder why everything has appeared to lean towards digital everything in the 21st century, with companies growing rapidly like Facebook, and Google, as well as a vast array of many others leading the forefront of this technology age.
Mobile phones have also been used to leverage many of these newer technologies, into the reality and light of many peoples lives, and has even helped to bring about awareness and change to many people worldwide whom we're in search of a way out of a situation or simply needed to communicate to others on the other side of the globe. Google also waging their mobile wars with the whole onslaught of differing Android phones, and amazing tablets running Google's new OS (Operating Systems), Honeycomb & Ice-Cream Sandwich.
Google is definitely up against some huge competitors online, as well as on the ground & up against the likes of by Apple, I-phone, by Microsoft being both top competitors & digital power houses on all other levels as well. Windows Phone 7
Google Plus Business Pages Video
Its a raging battle!
So if your business is virtually unknown to many folks, it may actually appear as if your potentially trying to spam the many G+ users your connected to via the circles your actual profile has accumulated over time (at a max of 5,000 per active G+ member).
Facebook's limitations stem from the overly promotional side, and they focus on the user not placing promotional campaigns onto their timeline there, and loads more regulations one must read in at sign-up in the terms of service agreement. They both will remove users whom deem to intentionally attempt to exploit either business platforms for malicious means or any other wrongful acts.
Who has the better business model?
Google has been on top of their game, when it comes to providing for their customers, clients, and avid online users of all their products, even though if they've went somewhat astray, with many of their beta tests, and products that surely failed to meet the people's demand and standards of excellence. Now Google Plus aka G+ for instance, has been something in the works for a long time coming for Google, and I think they've surely got things rapped up there sort to speak, with the latest release of their Google Business Pages Platform.
Currently companies such as Picnik, which is a online Photo storage, and sharing network is moving to Google+ completely, and they're just the first of many online companies that will soon be making the move as well, just as many other Businesses & major networks have already fallen victim for the ole Facebooking transition to everything Facebook oriented, and E-business re-positioning, towards the huge crowds of close to a billion FB members, all hoping to potentially tap into the social powers there by ad's and other app FB business app developments on the rise.
The only limitation there at Google Plus business pages is that the user or account owner of such a business page, must authorize the creation of their business profile from their main social profile, and they're only able to send messages out the promote their business, rather then be able to add users automatically by clicking the add or follow buttons as their main account allows them to do.
Facebook Business Pages Video on Vimeo - Get Ready for Business!
You just never know what, when, where, and how the next succession of overnight successes are to emerge from in these digital scene's, the web has become like a Mega Casino of sorts, and each contestant is waiting for the price is right! For some high rollers though, things come at a huge risk (Billions of dollars investments), and for others its as simple as uploading a Youtube video, to potentially hit the virtual Jackpot someday, we all get to see how the drama plays out, and what a game its been thus far.
So Facebook, and Google are both in such a position to play the "House" (Casino Bosses) and the Winner takes all, super high stakes position (Stock Market Options & Major Investors Role), where the winner takes all & the losers never get the last laugh. "What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas". Famous Movie Quote......
Why Facebook has a shot at winning the battle
Facebook recently released their platform for business, known as Facebook for Business, and in response to Google Plus initially making their first major move to stake claim to the online business world, and digital territories which are in the millions. Many companies will be forced to comply with differing protocol from two differing social atmosphere's.
Facebook has the family friends connections protocol, and Google Plus has the stranger, more like real life quality to it, when it comes to each user collaborating efforts individually. The most important element to the Facebook edge, is that they already are headed to 1,000,000,000 members on their social network, now that's a huge number of people to communicate efforts too. Google plus has a great deal of catching up to do, to even think of competing socially, even though Google still leads all networks in the search category, and most visited site overall.
Both of these social yet professional platforms, are actually in themselves very effective at attracting huge crowds of customers for online business owners, companies & corporations, but without true effective networking communities of their very own being activated into them after sign-up, it will truly be a tough deal to get off the ground unless each business is well known.
Just as it is in the real world, the same laws of attraction apply as well here online, the main difference though is that on the web the potential for people to like and share things with others are unlimited since its all virtual & digital, and also as it's with the many countless anomalies that will exist in any given system, and definitely existent in our physical reality today.
Example of such abnormal stories of web success was with the recent amazing success that occurred literally overnight, as seen on Youtube, with the Kony2012 viral video explosion, and the many other viral stories floating around on the social web today.