Be First, Inc. Delves into the Battle of Facebook vs. Google+
We have been speaking about this company over the past few weeks and the response has been astronomical from businesses to artists; from writers to independent organizations. Be First, Inc. has a proven rack record that shows them to be the best social media advertising group in the world today!
Be First, Inc. is a company that lives up to its reputation as “the branding experts,” and with each and every week this company brings another ‘golden nugget’ of information to the business world, and shows what a business, corporation or individual needs in order to make their branding a complete and utter success.
The wealth of information that Be First, Inc. provides is monumental, AND it is very much needed. For all types of businesses and entertainment out there in the world today, there will be no money coming in if there is not a marketing plan set in place and branding going out. Your name, your product, your Service, your music, books – whatever it is that you happen to want to promote to the rest of the world – NEEDS to be promoted by the absolute best. Your name needs to become a brand all its own, and only then will you achieve the success you ultimately deserve.
Now, the whole world knows about Facebook, Twitter, etc. – the downsides and upsides of people and businesses using these particular platforms to make their company and themselves become larger than life. What people may not know is that very recently, Google’s new network has been working quite diligently to outdo Facebook and it‘s many applications for its customers. In fact, these two powerhouses are coming to terms with the fact that more and more businesses, artists, writers, etc. are making their names over the internet. They want branding, and they have given up the old ways of signage, business cards, etc. to get their name ‘in the door.’
Google+ and Facebook seem to be caught in a world where each one wants to shine and come out as the best, actually disregarding Twitter which is odd, seeing as that at least Twitter offers the ‘gift’ of being ‘real-time’ where people do not have to wait for their messages to go out into the world and begin the branding. Of course, for consumers and customers no one really cares how much Google and Facebook fight. In fact, it very much reminds everyone of Apple versus Microsoft. In the end, all the people and businesses cared about was what the two companies were going to do for them. God bless America, right? In the end, when two monumental forces collide the consumer is the one that gets to reap the rewards. And that, my friends, is the way democracy should be. After all, we’re the ones working our behinds off for success, the least these megaliths could do is offer stellar services and a way for us to market and bring in the money.
Google+ is what the program is called. Not exactly the most creative of phrases, but Google has already proven to run the internet. More people get on their machines and go for Google research than anything else in the world – even grabbing a book from the library is out now.
When Google+ AP opened, millions received that colorful “platform” on their screens introducing the new-found program. Of course, I, as many others, didn’t even know what this was all about. The end-user simply saw this as yet another advertising option with no actual reasoning behind it. It took only about a week for the world to find out they were wrong. Google+ API has suddenly drawn-in consumers, editors, developers, and artists from all over the world trying to set up their “Buzz” and links in order to get their customers to know who they are and brand more and more every day. This, of course, IS close to the Facebook “Lists,” where the consumer or business gets their lists created for them. Seeing as that Facebook has been around a long time already, it will be interesting to see if many people use this specific marketing platform – or just continue with Facebook as they have been.
Google+ Search is something else that’s new – although, to this writer, let’s face it – if I want to search for something, I already head straight to Google anyway – nothing new there. Of course, with this addition, now a business or consumer can search for their topic, and then filter the information received into various results – categories such as: “Google+ Posts” and “Sparks.” As everyone already knows, the Facebook search is powered by Bing…and not very good.
Facebook is adding a few applications that are completely “Twitter-based,” as if seeing the monumental overload of people switching to Twitter in order to receive ‘real-time’ updates and be able to send ‘real-time’ messages to their followers. Read More..>>>>>>