The Google+ Photographer’s Conference took place a few days ago, and there was a panel who answered the question: “What do you want next from G+?”
Google’s Knowledge Graph has claimed its first “victim,” if you will: The content box that showed “People and Pages On Google+” is gone. In its place?
Google’s Secret Weapon for Social: Your Photos – Businessweek
Somehow Trey Ratcliff must have missed the memo. Google+ is supposed to be a ghost town, if you believe numerous stories published over the past couple of months, but Ratcliff has been using the social network extensively to connect with fans and photo geeks alike.
Google+ Is from Mars, Pinterest Is from Venus | WebProNews
Looking into what types of people use what types of social media sites – and for what purposes.
As Google continues to integrate more Google+ features within various products, Gmail users now have access to a wider range of social information in the Web version of the email interface.
Fab is taking social to the next level, but Google+ isn’t coming along for the ride.
A new Google+ study has revealed that the social network has received minimal social activity and features weak user engagement. According to Fast Company and their exclusive insights, Google+ is a virtual ghost town. But Google continues to argue otherwise.
The folks over at Google just love their Google+ social network and more and more Google+ features have been creeping into Gmail lately as well.
Facebook’s app and Web site were used by nearly three-quarters of U.S. Android smartphone users in March, making it the most popular social-networking property on the Google platform. N
Scheduled to have its initial public offering tomorrow, Facebook is in an enviable position regardless of whether you care more about business or technology.
Google’s answer to Facebook recently surpassed 100 million users. This is a great achievement considering Google’s previous history with failing social networks.
Comparing public user engagement suggests that Google+ is still a niche pursuit, despite Google claiming it has 170 million people signed up – while Pinterest’s attraction remains high.
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I use only Google+, yet my posts appear on Twitter, Facebook and more. Here’s how I do it.