I have both, but use Facebook out of habit. I doubt 2012 sees me using Google+ very much, if at all. Great question!
Most probably will continue with FB, have not sign up for G+ yet
I do have both, but I have to say I've never been a huge fan of Facebook. Since trying Google+ I do like the idea of the circles and only sharing what you want with certain people. So I would vote for Google+.
I'm voting Google + from now on. Why?
Google has started to integrate your social media friends into your search results. It's called Search Plus Your World. http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/ … world.html
When you search Google and your friends on have shared or liked that subject it will pop up first, like referrals.
Right now they are showing results for any share but who do you think they will phase out first or at least place less clout on? Their arch enemy Facebook. IMHO.
If you are a blogger or even a hubber with social friends you will want to be sure to check out Google + so when you share a hub or post your circles see it.
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