UPDATE, FACEBOOK F8 — Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Google Plus; Facebook To Be ‘Reborn’

Posted on September 22, 2011 by

Mashable’s Ben Parr claims that at Facebook’s f8 conference happening today (Thursday 9/22 @10am), “Developers will be elated, users will be shell shocked and the competition will look ancient. On Thursday, Facebook will be reborn. Prepare yourselves for the evolution of social networking.”  Parr claims Facebook’s changes will re-invoke the emotional aspect that brought us all to Facebook to begin with.

See my previous article for some of what Facebook is slated to reveal tomorrow, and stay tuned for more updates and product reviews as they are rolled out.  What will Google’s response be to these changes? Some are predicting the release of Google+for businesses.  What do you think?

See Parr’s article here.

Justin Gianninoto, Founder, is an experienced digital strategist and creative thinker. He leverages a unique combination of business insight and technical knowledge to advance clients’ strategic goals. Having a deep knowledge of current trends, platforms and technologies, he effectively positions clients' messaging in front of key audiences. He is active in the digital community, having been selected as a member of the inaugural Summer Startup Accelerator program at General Assembly, a global network of campuses focused on technology, design and business. He continues to pursue his passion for innovation and entrepreneurship, staying connected with General Assembly as a teaching assistant, helping students develop technical skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and WordPress. He graduated from Binghamton University’s School of Management Fast-Track MBA program, receiving his Masters in Business Administration with dual concentrations in Marketing and Management Information Systems, and his Bachelor of Arts in English, General Literature and Rhetoric.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08759402197577836912 Mandy

    Facebook is always changing so this comes as no surprise. Google's response, now that is something to be interested in! Once Google gets going, Fb will finally have some tough competition in the social media market. Google should definitely gear towards businesses! Most business would love to have the Google name floating around the office, whereas few businesses would want a Fb interface…