How long will Google+ be around?

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How much longer will Google+ be around for? Will it survive as long as Facebook? or will we see an end to Google+ sometime soon? I really hope not, because I love G+. I know a lot of my friends don't use it, but I like it for some reason.

Anyways, lets get this conversation going.
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#1
How much longer will Google+ be around for? Will it survive as long as Facebook? or will we see an end to Google+ sometime soon? I really hope not, because I love G+. I know a lot of my friends don't use it, but I like it for some reason.

Anyways, lets get this conversation going.
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#2
I honestly believe they're here to stay. Not only is Google+ so popular these days, it'll probably only increase in popularity over the next coming years. It wont touch Facebook, but I am okay with that to be honest. There's no need to really worry about them taking over, they're just the next best thing we have right now.
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I honestly believe they're here to stay. Not only is Google+ so popular these days, it'll probably only increase in popularity over the next coming years. It wont touch Facebook, but I am okay with that to be honest. There's no need to really worry about them taking over, they're just the next best thing we have right now.
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#3
Im pretty sure Google will survive longer than FaceBook... FaceBook might not die but other platforms will take over anf FB will decline...
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Im pretty sure Google will survive longer than FaceBook... FaceBook might not die but other platforms will take over anf FB will decline...
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I think what will happen, is that Facebook will end up teaming up with Google one of these days and they'll just join each other. No purchasing of companies, but a join up. And I bet a lot of companies will hate that idea, and will say it's become some kind of monopoly. Which isn't good.
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I think what will happen, is that Facebook will end up teaming up with Google one of these days and they'll just join each other. No purchasing of companies, but a join up. And I bet a lot of companies will hate that idea, and will say it's become some kind of monopoly. Which isn't good.
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