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  • David

    Facebook fumbles, perhaps – will Google take advantage of it, can they?

    March 31, 2012 at 7:51 am Reply
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    Donna DeClemente

    I believe I read that Google+ is not allowing promotions on brand pages such as sweepstakes and contests. So this is not an option.

    Facebook timeline has what I think are now better ways to display apps that include these promotions. They just did away with the default landing pages, but you can still make it mandatory to Like the page before you can have access to these apps. It’s just a change that will take a little getting use to.

    April 2, 2012 at 2:06 pm Reply
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    The problem with Google, and I am a power user of all things Google, is their utter lack of commitment. They do this to Android, G+, they did this to Local/Maps, though I see that starting to change. They are the most customer isolated I have ever dealt with. They have no concept of support (not sure if it’s because they have brainiac’s that are involved in their own ego’s) nor do they stay committed to any one project. They are like children that see a shiny new rock, they play with it, and then see a new shiny rock and toss that old one aside, thinking we all like shiny new rocks too.

    This is the time for Google to shine, and keep shining, time to tell their employees if they want a flipping job, to get it together. Maybe they should also hire a PR and marketing agency to help improve their brand and message. What I see them produce is way to tech oriented. They lose 90% of the target.

    Hello Google, wake up!

    April 3, 2012 at 5:05 am Reply
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    Graeme Kerr

    My goodness. Is it really expected that people believe that this is genuine open letter to Google, and not a patently obvious PR advertisement for Google+ and putdown of Facebook? Seriously? Is their actually anybody out their reading this that thinks this is real? Good grief.

    April 20, 2012 at 3:44 am Reply
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