Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) June 30, 2011 -- After waiting in the wings during the rise of Facebook as "the face" of online social networks along with Twitter, Google will no longer have to compromise on the useful and credible content being shared on these sharing sites. Google is ready to launch its very own social networking site, Google+, to battle toe-to-toe with the best in the business.
After creating a buzz in the social networking circuit, the biggest search engine and the information bank online, Google is keen on cashing in on the potential and the usefulness of the "sharing" factor of the social networks. Much to the amusement of the social networking world, Google had been a failure at penetrating the concerned market but not anymore since Google+ is set to oust the likes of Facebook with its improved and "similar" features to the UK-based social networking giant.
The change comes with the change in command at the world's number 1 internet search engine. The co-founder of Google, Larry Page took over as the chief executive of Google in April and has been pioneering the task of bringing the revolutionary "social" beginning of Google. The Google counterpart of Facebook is said to be similar to it in more ways than one. Now available for testing, Google+ has starting resemblance to Facebook in terms of the color themes and even profile picture and newsfeed options.
There are several internet marketing firms who have been allured by the potential of Google+ and are trying to understand its many "goods" for improving on their social media campaigns. The upcoming and growing Vancouver Internet Marketing firm, Nirvana Canada, known for its innovative bent of mind, has been making in-depth research of Google+ and has already been making efforts towards incorporating its potential in its internet marketing services for Vancouver businesses.