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EVP Sales of MindTouch. Mark has advised many start ups including a social networking site that was sold to Barry Diller's IAC.  Before joining MindTouch, Mark led global sales efforts as an Executive Vice President for a publicly traded company, headed sales efforts for a technology division of AT Kearney and EDS, and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a Singapore based corporation. Mark blogs at Seek Omega

5 responses to “Sorry Facebook, Here’s Why Google+ Plus is Better”

  1. Jennifer Adams

    I have to agree with the author. Google Plus is much easier to use.

  2. Kaes

    Simply to block applications for haven’t problems… But I prefer G+ me too ^^

  3. Mark Fidelman

    Kaes, I have not seen much support of Facebook.

  4. GrammarDick

    This utterly sums up the difference: “Facebook wants you to become the Chief Timewaster” whereas “Google continues to offer some meaningful tools that help the rest of us … create some real economic value.” Spot on!

  5. John W. Furst

    You have some valid points. However, it’s not trivial to extract non-advertising dollars with such type of services. not even or especially not for Google. I like the scenarios which you paint for G+.

    However, one important question remains, “Where is your +1 button?”

    Yours
    John