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Zuckerberg Finds Friends on Google+

July 6, 2011 No Comments

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is apparently giving Google+ a thorough going-over, but does Facebook actually have anything to worry about? Not likely — at least, not in the near term. “This isn’t going to kill Facebook at all,” said Geek 2.0 blogger Steven Savage. “Facebook knows what it’s doing and has been doing it for awhile. It is going to add competition, require them to rethink some strategies, and give them pause.”

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