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Google+ is growing rapidly, but not many ‘really’ believe in it to be honest. And why should they, they after all have Facebook right? Last weeks announcement of Google+ Local showed that Google+ is here to stay and that we cannot, even if we wanted to, ignore Google+.

We as marketers, especially those working in online and more specific search, should adapt and make the most out of it. But why would anyone really switch? Infographiclabs gives you twenty reasons to switch. Tell us, is one of them enough to make you move?

via Infographiclabs

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  • Pete Jahn

    I don’t understand point one. Why does better integration with Google’s other portfolio make it a “better” social network? I’m sure millions of Facebook users would disagree that this is a valid or desirable reason to up-ship, completely restart their social experience, convince others to follow them and familiarise themselves with G+.

    This clearly Google sponsored infograph with some rarther flimsy reasons for moving from Facebook seems desperate and tragic.

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