Google's launch of its new +1 feature is an attempt to add social signals to search, but it's also an attempt to jump-start the company's social-networking efforts, and that seems to have less likelihood of success. Why? Because people don't go to Google to be social.
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Google launched the +1 feature of its social layer yesterday and if you're like most tech journalists you probably likened the move to attaching a Facebook Like button to Google search results.
Well now someone has gone and done exactly that, no joke. Meet +Like, a Firefox, Safari and Chrome extension that lets you see how many people have liked a specific Google search result on Facebook as well as which of your Facebook Friends have recommended a specific piece of content, whether or not that action took place on Google search.
We’ve been more skeptical than most about Spotify’s promises to launch in the US, but it looks like Europe's favourite music service is finally ready to make good on its promise.
Deals are in place with the major US record labels and Valley investors are lining up to provide the cash needed to pay for costly music licenses.
The catch? We’re hearing from multiple sources today that in order to finance the cost of a US launch, Valley investors have demanded the company shut down its European service, effective noon on Friday (GMT). The brand new 'Spotify USA' -- unavailable to users in Europe -- will launch on Monday morning.
The following is part of our series, Facebook Tips, which answers some of the most commonly asked questions about using Facebook. While we hope the tips we share will be informative, we are unable to answer individual questions on this blog...
In January, monitoring company Royal Pingdom posted stats on internet use in 2010, and they detail the growth of both email and social media. (RT @Accenture: 294 billion emails were sent each day last year. Twitter hosted 25 billion tweets. #SocialMedia http://bit.ly/iaKbBw)
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