Why Google+ Can’t Kill Facebook! - Page 2
Though some information is out about how the +1 button will make your preferences known to a friend who is searching for the same item, it is not clear how or whether that is integrated in to the network.
Out of the above, the segregating features, which Google believes will to be the advantage of the users, are the ones which go against the very grain of open and expansive networking and the type of explosive expansion Facebook has seen.
As a matter of fact some of these features are already available in Facebook and other social networking sites. But the phenomenal growth of Facebook is due to several other factors, mainly the cultural differences, which set apart the US and Europe from the rest of the world, characterized by a willingness to trust others more easily and a need for social unburdening. The role played by Google’s own transliteration service in the growth of Facebook helping it to cut across languages is phenomenal.
Facebook, without doubt, is a tsunami in the making, bound to change the behavior of the entire human race, beyond any control of its inventors and is unstoppable.
All these due to the fact that its ability to help you find and make friends with people and interact with them without limitations of sex, language or religion is without the limitations of segregation Google+ is offering.
The tsunami of Facebook is bound to sweep almost anything in its way including the mighty Google+.