- Jim-歸鄉樂Lv 79 年前最佳解答
Welcome to IB Times TV. today is Friday July 1st. I'm Tim Kelly. Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is clearly feeling the heat in an apparent effort to keep facebook users from migrating to Google, He's made a surprise announcement declaring that the company is set to launch something quote "awesome", but made no mention as to what that may actually mean. Google Plus is poised to overshadow facebook for two apparent reasons. The first major anti-facebook factor is the seamless integration of google products within a single google account which will force users to spend time on google plus even if they really are facebook addicts. if you're browsing through google power sites which are ubiguitous and a little red notification pops up on the top right of your browser window if a friend has added you and share some interesting links or someone has commented on a photo that you have shared, your natural response will be to click on the notification and with a simple click, you're now video chatting with friends. Facebook users invariably stay on the site for over a half hour a day at a bare minimum which is one of its greatest strengths. That being said, Google plus is bound to eat into facebook's time share reducing it gradually. Keeping track of friends though uh, through two different social networks is cumbersome which means facebook has greater chances of losing out on users.
2011-12-06 19:30:50 補充：
Google's tactic may not be subtle, but it's a sure way to increase traffic for google products especially for google plus. The second powerful boost factor will be google's ability to track(此字他念錯了,本來要念attract的,所以他後面重念), to attract developers for their new platform. .
2011-12-06 19:33:37 補充：
Facebook is now taking a 30% cut of every game developer's business uh, launches. Google being the bigger man in the sand box can afford to make it a hundred percent profit deal for developers by not taking any cuts. What's more... what more could developers ask for?
2011-12-06 19:38:17 補充：
It'd been extremely popular social network game like "Zynga" could switch platforms. It is sure to lure users to the newer network. Loyalty is not something facebook can expect from developers right now. Tim Kelly, IB Times TV.參考資料： jim