We have way too many social media and network nowadays, it is hard for us to keep track. I recalled having an account in almost every major websites like Tagged, Friendster, Myspace, Xanga… you name it, I have it. However, the emails they sent simply annoyed me, therefore I removed all my accounts, leaving me with only Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and a few other substantial social media.
These fawsome websites allow their users to update their status. Thus, I am always unclear which social media I should use to update my status. To make things easier, users ‘standardized’ the status posting system by the following:
Facebook: What you’re thinking about
Twitter: What you’re doing
… or take a look at these series of pictures illustrated by Cliconomics :
It has been a pretty tough year for Google Plus. Coincidentally, I do have a G+ account after receiving an invitation from a dear friend but to be honest, it is as vacant as I thought it would be. To be honest, Google could have used the resources to enhance other product of theirs like iGoogle, Picasa, G Reader, etc. instead of focusing on a product that will clearly lose out in the midst of giant social network sites.