Posted by Francis Santos on May 7, 2012 ·
If you are someone who keeps a finger on the pulse of the social media world, you may have heard that Google recently rolled out an extensive redesign of its social network Google+. The makeover addresses many areas, but mainly focuses on presentation and functionality. Response to the changes has largely been positive, but are they enough to keep marketers interested in the social platform? Maybe. [...]
Posted by Kate Wilson on April 26, 2012 ·
The new Google+ is only the beginning with more integration on the way. The impact of Google+ will vary for each individual as it takes a leap to create a relationship between people and businesses, with their related content, topics and online activity. 2012 will bring an exceptionally bespoke search capability based on our circles, who we invite into our circles and our contributions online. As these [...]
Posted by R Sinha on September 9, 2011 ·
From the very first day when Google launched its new social networking site, Google+, people all across the globe have been carried away by it. It has given tough competitions to its two main rivals, namely Facebook and Twitter. With its unique, dynamic and intrinsic features like circles or groups basically, Huddles for group instant, Hangouts for video chat and Sparks for sharing feelings with dear [...]
Posted by Admin on September 7, 2011 ·
It’s been more then 2 months since Google+ was launched in beta. Initially when launched, it was a big hit but recently the growth seems to be slowing down due to multiple reasons. Google is doing everything it can to make user experience better on the network, It even launched a usability study program where participating users will be getting $75 Amex Gift card to spend an hour answering usability [...]
Posted by Admin on September 1, 2011 ·
If you are an active Social media individual, you must have heard of Klout. Klout score measures influence based on your ability to drive action. Every time you create content or engage you influence others. Bu the limitation with the Klout Score is it uses data only from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. How about Google+, the new Social Media kid elephant in the town.
Folks at FindPeopleOnPlus [...]
Posted by Admin on August 20, 2011 ·
It has been around two months now since Google+ was launched. For around first 6 weeks the network was limited to only folks who have been invited by friends and families through email addresses and later on Google opened it for lot more people by providing every existing Google+ user a url which can be shared with their friends and family for a maximum of 150 users signup (Incase you are still looking [...]
Posted by Admin on August 11, 2011 ·
As we posted before, Google has just announced the launch of Games on its new Social network Google+. Google is moving really fast and aggressive in attracting more users on its social network. In just month and a half it already has around 25 million users and with this launch of Google+ Games it is surely going to increase.
Facebook games has seen a tremendous success in past and it make companies [...]
Posted by Admin on August 10, 2011 ·
Google+ was released just a month ago and it already has around 25 million users and that too in private beta only. But Google is not stopping the company is still working hard on getting new features and improve user experience. Some of the new additions we can expect from Google+ soon will be Google+ Business page and Google+ Games, which has already been leaked in past.
Posted by Admin on August 8, 2011 ·
Google doesn’t wants to leave any block unturned this time. The search giant has launched a Google+ usability study program where users are invited to participate in person for a duration of 1 hour for which the company is giving away $75 American Express Gift Check as a token of appreciation. They are also launching some surveys which will last for approximately 15 minutes or less and random [...]
Posted by Admin on August 5, 2011 ·
Since the launch of Google+,developers have been actively developing extensions to enhance the usability of the new Social Network. But most of the extension breaks whenever Google releases the new User interface which the company has done very frequently in last week or so. Remember we have to depend on these extension unless Google release the API which wil enable developers to release more robust [...]