Jul 24 Posted 8 months ago
great blog. I had taken an early interested in Google+ and was disappointed it did not catch on more in the US. I can confirm from my experience that there are a lot of technically inclined people on Google+, wonder if that is going to change. I've not yet fallen in love with Collections and Communities bit will spend some time to make a great investment. I'd much rather be on Google+ than Facebook. They take my data - like Facebook - but they don't spam me (yet).
Feb 25 Posted 1 year ago I was an early adopter but left fairly quickly for all the reasons you cite. Not sure if G+ will ever be a big player in the U.S. channel mix. Maybe too little, too late. Blogs that include it as an engagement tracker consistently show G+ option as the lowest (far lower) among the mainstream of FB, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube.
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