This means that Pinterest users always find Pinterest graphics more interesting than those focused on other social networks.
This means that Twitter users retweet and favorite tweets about Twitter more readily than tweets about other social networks.
This means that Facebook users like, share, and comment on posts about Facebook more readily than those about other social networks.
This means that Google+ users are more likely to plus posts about Google+.
Also, in its search results, the Google search engine really does favor posts on Google+ over posts on other social networks. And features the Google+ posts on any topic over posts on other social networks.
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