Two weeks ago today, Google released “Ripples” for Google+ and most of the world went on with their daily activities. Personally I thought it was just another one of those features that was interesting but nothing I could really use.
Google took a big step toward becoming a social branding channel by launching Google Plus Pages for Business this week. Will they succeed in attracting brands to set up their own identities and getting consumers to engage?
Yes, the long-awaited Google+ Pages are finally here and it seems that they will be better than Facebook's pages. Even if they're not perfect, they have created a big buzz in social media and users started to have some interesting requests for them.
Because there is such a varied community utilizing all of the different features offered on Google plus, we decided to take 30 days and introduce you to some new people who you may end up adding to your circles.
As the dust settles on Google's launch of Google+ Pages for brands and businesses yesterday, we've dug a little deeper into the terms of service that each brand must adhere to on the network and found something very interesting…...
The day after Google+ was open for invites was the day I creates the KOMU 8 News account. For 19 glorious days I played with its potential as a brand at the same time I tried to understand its uses as an individual.
There are a lot of Google+ haters out there, predicting its ultimate demise. But Google+ isn't going anywhere, and that's not just because Google hopes to build a social network that competes with Facebook, Twitter and others.