Google+ is powerful enough to guzzle Twitter and beat Facebook to pulp, according to Tom Anderson, MySpace founder.
Anderson wrote in a Google+ thread, “Google+ really seems to be primed to make good on that original premise — that everything gets better when it’s social. And unlike [Facebook], Twitter, or anyone else, Google already has the most advanced set of products. And if I can clearly see where this is headed, then I think what we are getting is a much better Google.”
Google will be the right company to completely recognize his dream after the discovering of MySpace. He said, “My original vision for MySpace was that everything got better when it was social-so I tried to build all the super popular things utilized on the web (blogs, music, classifieds, evens and photos) on top of MySpace’s social layer.”
On the other hand, in spite of making a great impression in the initial years, MySpace lost the race to Facebook in 2009, when the company of Mark Zuckerberg goes beyond MySpace in terms of the quantity of users. Once the momentum moved in terms of Facebook, the decrease was amazing.
Anderson notices some smash-hit features in Google+. Integration in the entire range of
Google service is obviously the largest selling point of Google+.
Tom Anderson, MySpace discoverer says, “Can you start to see/imagine what Google+ does for Gmail? Picassa? Youtube? Not to mention search? The +1 system that Google now has control of (unlike Facebook Likes) can really influence and change the nature of their search.”