Google's timing for introducing a fresh experience in online social networking is impeccable. Two weeks ago, it was reported that Facebook was losing share in North America. If 2008 saw Facebook growing beyond industry expectations, 2011 turned out to be the the perfect year to accommodate something new in the saturated markets like the U.S. and Canada.
Switching social networking platforms online can be a cumbersome process, from building friends' list to getting acquainted with a new interface. There is an easy way to do this.
Once you have signed up for Google+, install the free Stylish extension available for Chrome or Firefox browsers.
Those who haven't got an invite yet can buy one at eBay.
Your Google+ interface will look like that of Facebook now.
This trick will come in handy for those who are still in love with Facebook's white and blue layout.
Once you import your Facebook friends' list directly to Google+, your social network transformation, minus the moving-fatigue is done.