Analysis of Sharing, Followers, Privacy in Twitter, Google+ and Facebook
Twitter follows a relationship that binds people following each other and Google+ provides a platform to follow the contents that anybody posts on the circles. On the other hand, Facebook provides a platform for maintaining individual relationships over the networking site. People can share information and pictures with either selected groups or friends of their choice through Facebook; but in case of Google+ people have to share within circles and not with individuals, while Twitter does not allow sharing with any particular individual or group. Even anyone can customize the nature of sharing and visibility factor in Facebook (both individually and group-wise), but in case of Twitter, every user can see the items posted, while Google+ provides visibility to the members of the circles where the information is posted.