It seems only moments ago that Google+ aficionado Michael Lee Johnson rose to prominence after a Facebook ad he tried to place--asking people to follow him on Google+--was disappeared by Facebook.
Should you remember all the colors to this fine rainbow of a tale, Johnson claimed that Facebook banned all his other ad campaigns too.
Initially, Facebook was silent on the issue. However, in a fit of unusual doggedness, I squeezed the company until a trickle of juice emerged.
Yes indeed, Facebook did ban Johnson's ad that mentioned Google+. Yes, indeed, his other advertising accounts were dismembered. … Read more