Best Google+ vs. Facebook Infographic

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The Google Plus service was launched back on June 28th, and now that it is almost three months old we thought that we would take a look at the best Google+ vs. Facebook Infographic. There are a few to choose from, so we had best list a few of them to lead to what we believe to be the winner. We will then ask what you think is the best Infographic.

The first is the ratings out of ten, which we covered back at the beginning of August. This features a list of both Google+ and Facebook to see how they compare. This is not one of the most fun Infographics, but is informative and will help you decide as to which social network has the most to offer. Then again, that will come down to personal preference.

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The next on our list is from Single Grain, This Infographic is yet another side-by-side comparison of the two. This looks at the privacy functions of each, which is one of the most important features of any social media service. It’s hard to choose a winner in this fight; okay Google has the features but Facebook has the numbers. However, now that Google has now opened the service up we now expect them to promote the hell out of it.

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The final and what we believe to be the best is the Infographic from Technology Blog. Okay, so we know that this will be yet another that compares certain features of Google+ compared to Facebook, but the detail and information offered seems more insightful. We know that it now needs to be updated, as Google+ games do not appear, but we have to give these guys time to come up with a new Infographic, as they are time consuming.

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What we need is a new Google+ vs Facebook Infographic that takes into account all the latest features, such as games, security, and how they compare for business users as well. We wanted to list more, but were unable to find anymore. If you know of any, or have one of your own then please let us know in the comment box below.

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