The search giant recently launched Google+, a social networking site that aims to rectify the company's failed social media efforts, such as Google Buzz and Wave, and put a dent in Facebook's business.
So does Google+ stand a chance against Facebook, which is now over 750 million users strong and has been valued at $100 billion? Google isn't giving up without a fight: the behemoth needs a hit in the social space and one Google executive called Google+ a bet-the-company effort. To help you decide, here's a look at six features Google+ has that Facebook doesn't (You can see what they have in common here).
Are these elements important? Are they enough to tempt you to make the switch--or at least join Google+? Let us know in the comments below. For more on Google+, check out our tips for Google+ newbies and 9 things you need to know about Google's new social network.