In the war for social media supremacy, Facebook is king, but Twitter is a major player and Google is making both companies nervous with Google+. All three can’t be winners, though — most people simply don’t have enough hours in the day to use three different social networks.
So, we ask you: which social media service has your support?
That’s the question of the week for this special edition of the Web Faceoff, a series where we ask you, the readers, to choose between two competing web companies or products. Today, the question is simple: Do you prefer Facebook, Twitter or Google+?
It’s been interesting to see people compare Facebook, Twitter and Google+ against each other. Some sayGoogle+ is a threat to Twitter, not Facebook, while others think Google+ will never go mainstream. More than half of Mashable readers in a recent poll we conducted said they intend to leave Facebook for Google+.
Clearly much has changed since 2009, when Facebook bested Twitter in one of our first Web Faceoffs.
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