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Facebook's New Look Pays Homage To Google+
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Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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3/11/2013 | 4:14:06 PM
re: Facebook's New Look Pays Homage To Google+
Maybe they will continue to copy/re-create each other until one succumbs to the other. The only reason Google+ has had any success, in my opinion, is because of the implied impact it has on SEO, and many businesses want to take advantage of authorship features. The theory is that it is too risky not to join G+, provided how much power Google has in the SEO realm.
Byurcan
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3/9/2013 | 7:25:20 PM
re: Facebook's New Look Pays Homage To Google+
Don't know why any site would want to copy or pay homage to Google+, one of the most aesthetically unpleasing websites to look at.
Deirdre Blake
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3/8/2013 | 4:18:35 PM
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I like Urs H+Šlzle's comment, particularly because Google+ was/is a blatant attempt to copy/re-create Facebook, ha!
Thomas Claburn
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3/8/2013 | 3:56:08 PM
re: Facebook's New Look Pays Homage To Google+
NetVibes is available for free. There's an enterprise option but that's not useful for consumers.
ANON1241272607770
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ANON1241272607770,
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3/8/2013 | 3:38:47 PM
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net vibes @ $499 PER MONTH ???? $5988 PER YEAR ru kidding?
ANON1241272607770
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ANON1241272607770,
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3/8/2013 | 3:04:57 PM
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facebook, a pitiful attempt to 'mind-meld' people, expose them to hysterical media trends, directed advertising and in general, cerebral laziness..


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