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Dominance can’t be described in any ways better than this. Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is the most followed person on its arch rival’s social network initiative Google+. Zuckerberg leads the list of users with more than 21,000 followers in just few days of Google+ launch. Interestingly, Google’s supreme bosses Larry Page and Sergey Brin have been lagged behind Mark in their own game.

I am sure the phenomenon will not be continued when Google+ will reopen for all the users and people across the globe that have diversified interest of finding themselves on social network. In the first phase of Google+ roll out to limited users, techies got their way to go inside the Google+ and that may be one important aspect of Mark leading the way – atleast as if now.

Like Twitter and Facebook, social celebrities may also replicate the leading charm over Google+. Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Eminem and many renowned politicians are there to present their bet. But, it will all depend on the future business model of Google+ and how exactly people adopt it and in what sense.

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However, the same trend were never been recorded when either Facebook or Twitter were launched. No executive form Microsoft or Google ever gained such popularity when Mark was no challenge for anyone.

Google+ is currently in its beta version and system is not accepting any new invitations. Within few hours of beta release, Google decided to shut down invitation system due to system stability and scalability concerns. People across the social media are eagerly awaiting for the invitations to process further and it all will be interesting to see who leads the overall social network arena.

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