Facebook Deletes (and Prohibits) Ad with a Link to the Google+

The Facebook both did not like the arrival of Google + that even banned references to the social network in the advertisements through its advertising system. A man who identifies himself as a developer of apps tried to create an ad that led to his profile on the Google network. Minutes later, the FB staff put out the ad and also forbade man to publish new advertisements.

“If you are fortunate enough to have a Google+ account, add Michael Lee Johnson, Internet geek, app developer, technological virtuoso.” It was said that Michael’s message on Facebook. He was paying to advertise your profile on the network Google within its main competitor – and the largest such site in the world with over 700 million users.

At first, Facebook just reported that the ad would not appear. Without any explanation or anything like that. He stayed in the air for about an hour and only.

Later, the team’s social network sent an explanationdecent by email. In its terms of use, Facebook ensures the right to veto advertisements that “promote competing products or services or negatively affect our business or relationship with our users.” That’s exactly what happened, and Facebook did not fail to use the power it has to prevent the ad remains in the air.

Google+ is far from the number of Facebook users. There are even those who say that it is more competitor Twitter that the network of our friend Mark Zuckerberg. Anyway, here we have another proof that Facebook does not see Google’s social network with a lot of friendship, and will use all possible resources to prevent it from being disseminated in the fields facebook.com. They are quite right to defend theirs.