You would be hard-pressed to find anything that has changed the way people communicate and share information more than social networking sites. No matter how much change these sites have spurred, the world of social networking has been undergoing its own overhaul in 2011. The introduction of Google+ and f8 caused plenty of discussion and, in some cases, public outcry. Facebook is like scrapbooking for your life, says David Catalano, president and co-founder of Modea Corp, a digital advertisement agency in Virginia. f8 has two significant changes: timeline and new verbs. The timeline is a real-time stream that shows a user's network activity. This change is an effort to stay relevant with users and to differentiate Facebook from less-successful social media platforms such as Myspace. Google+ has the potential to change the way people think about social media, but many question its future. Google+ aims to modernize the way users search for content, making it a social experience where brands with the most followers will come up first in a user's search.
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