Facebook Banned Google+ ad

Mark Zuckerberg a Facebook founder is the most popular figures Google's social networking, Google+, but it does not mean the air of competition between Facebook and Google can be cooled.

Recently, the site TechCrunch reveals censorship by Facebook against Google+. As a Web developer named Michael Lee Johnson create an ad on Facebook to promote Google+ account, it turns out the ad was shut down by Facebook.

In the ad in Facebook, Michael asked the people to add a Google+ account to them Circle. "If you are lucky enough to have a Google+ account, add Michael Lee Johnson. An avid Internet, application developers, and Virtuoso technology." Similarly, the sound of the ad.

However, Facebook not like it when someone makes its site to build relationships in other social networks. Inevitably, Facebook banned the Michael ad.

Now, Michael can only lament in Google+. "LOL: I recently made ​​on Google + ads on Facebook that makes all my campaigns suspended. - Good." said Michael.

According to Michael, Facebook only gives the record is not clear. "Generally, we disable your account as many or violates the Terms of Use Advertise Guide. But we can not give specific violations which have been violated. Please see the then current Terms of Use or Guidelines Advertise within Facebook," Facebook said to Michael.

According to TechCrunch, Facebook is banning people advertising on Facebook to promote competitors products. Although now the Michael ad has been muzzled, but, Michael remained flooded friends on Google+.

Until now there are 1460 people in the Michael Circle. But, as revealed by CNet, it is definitely Mark Zuckerberg does not include the one in Circle Michael. "PS, Facebook - You Bad," said Michael.