Google Inc (GOOGL) Lost Opportunity To Break Facebook Inc (FB) Monopoly In Digital Identity: Chris Messina


In an article on CNBC, it was reported that an ex- Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) developer, who was close to the design team of the company and working at an important position has disclosed how Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) messed up with its Google+ initiative and missed a golden opportunity to tackle the social media giant Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB). Chris Messina explained all the details in a post on Medium.

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First, Messina said that the Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has stopped maintaining its Google+ platform’ it does not do quality assurance on it, which is a necessary phase in ensuring the quality of any service or product. It is relying on cross browser extensions, which sometimes make the interface tardy and difficult. He said that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)  has been making Pollyannaish Platitudes about its doomed social media platform. After months of work, the company came up with a pointless feature which brings more harm than good: Polls. He said that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s executives are falsifying the image of its social media platform. On the other hand, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is making strong and useful updates in its platform. It is extending its messaging empire and making Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) profile a connotation.

Messina said that he had high hopes that Google will shatter the monopoly of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) on what he calls the “Digital identity” concept, which is making our personalities coupled with the online world. Messina thinks that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has lost the way and Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has taken over the digital identity world. Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) missed the opportunity; it had the potential to be the social media juggernaut like it is in the search world. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is clear about its ambitions and strategies whereas Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) seems to have been dumbfounded on the emerging social media trends and it has no idea about innovation.

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