Google Plus has to be the finest product from the stables of Google, as of now. Their Circles feature is a breath of relief and is a game changer. While Facebook is a robust platform, the lack of an intuitive way to connect with different people was limited and hence, I was always uncomfortable connecting with people on Facebook. Aside from inviting few members from specific groups, I had never ever asked anyone to find me on Facebook. I have a wide range of interests and friends and contacts from a wide range of backgrounds. Circles helps me categorize them and connect with the individual groups. I am looking forward to see what G+ is planning to do to cater to the business crowd.
This definitely does not mean Facebook has become obsolete by any stretch. Its 750 million membership is a formidable force and it has a robust platform for businesses and groups. Over 2.5 million websites are integrated with Facebook. This healthy competition from G+ will encourage Facebook to break new grounds. But at this point, Facebook will not be playing an important role in my life.