Google+ Strategy vs. Facebook Shaping Up With Brand Pages

Boulton, Clint
November 2011
eWeek;11/21/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p13
The article presents a comparison of online social networks, Google+ from Google Inc., and Facebook, with reference to their brand pages features. It is stated that social media marketers don't quite view Google+ as a great platform for marketing opportunities. Also mentioned is that Facebook will continue to be the fountain for social advertising and marketing for brands.


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