Not satisfied with making it hard for Google+ users to import their friend contact information, Facebook now has reportedly banned an advertisement that asked Facebook users to follow a particular person on Google+.
Michael Lee Johnson, a web developer, has reportedly been banned from Facebook after his advertisement came into the limelight. He created an ad to publicize his profile on Google+ which asked other users to follow him.
It will be interesting to see the future of social networking as both of these giants won’t stop until one of them leaves the field. Furthermore, with rumors of Microsoft launching its own social networking platform, this war will intensify for sure.
Though Google+ is still in field trial stage, grabbing 10 million users just in two weeks has made Facebook uneasy. Facebook recently launched a video chat feature in collaboration with Skype as a response to Google+.
Whoever wins this race of social media, one thing is for sure that the common user will be benefited from the increasing competition as it will force the competitors to provide the best services to its end users.