Ingenuity is certainly something to be accepted. Commercial ingenuity is something to be respected. It may appear that sometimes, certain tech corporations just respect their own ingenuity. TechCrunch’s Erick Schonfeld stated that it appears to be the case with Facebook which has eliminated a piece of well commercial ingenuity from its site.
App developer Michael Lee Johnson is aware of the need to be big on Google+ or be unknown, and doubted what good methods to increase his Google+ circles may be. He hit upon a good plan, he placed an ad on Facebook and it . . . → Read More: Michael Lee Johnson’s Google+ Ad Gets Banned by Facebook