Google originally launched Google Plus four years ago in answer to the growing success of Facebook.
Google wants to give your peepers a break. Google Chromium Evangelist Francois Beaufort laid out early versions of Reader Mode for Chrome desktop and mobile in a post today on Google Plus (of course). Reader Mode is designed to make on-screen text ea...
Guest post by Ivan Serrano It’s three in the afternoon. You’re feeling a bit drowsy and bored, so you log on to Facebook and peer into the lives of your friends. Maybe you follow a link to Instagram and look at pictures posted from someone’s recent holiday, or maybe you sign on to your Linkedin […]
The biggest benefit of Google Plus is that it’s part of Google and therefore everything that you do helps with your Google search rankings. While the overcomplicated and underused Google Authorship program may not be in play any longer, ranking higher in Google search certainly hasn’t gone out of style. Show More Summary
10 Things Google+ Can Do to Wow Itself and the World June 30, 2011 Google needs to go above and beyond itself to make this worth our time and theirs. Right now Google+ (or Google Plus) feels like Google Buzz +1 but also like Facebook -1. It’s exciting, but not that exciting.
Google+ Invites (Or Google Plus – Whatever!) Crap Name, Great Product June 30, 2011 [...and again....] "Yes – the name Google+ is total crap. Easily confused with Google +1 buttons….. who makes these crap names up?!"
As Google buys photo and video storage app Odysee, rumours are beginning to swirl that the search giant is about …
The social media market shows no sign of slowing down, with the top networks solidifying their leads. But we have also seen some of the smaller social media networks grow and new ones emerge.
Social media is everything nowadays; from blogs like WordPress to sharing photos on Instagram and Facebook pages to exchanging intellectual ideas across platforms like Google Plus, everyone is participating in this growing online dialogue by having some sort of online presence now. Show More Summary
Posted by AnnSmarty This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. A hashtag is the wonder of the past decade. Show More Summary
If you're still hanging onto the Google Talk app on your Windows PC, you might want to consider moving to Hangouts. Google's Product Manager for Google Voice and Hangouts, Mayur Kamat, took to Google Plus today to announce that, as of Feb. 23, the Google Talk app for Windows will be deprecated.
Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Angie’s List, and the list goes on and on. Today there are more sites than ever where users are invited to opine about their interactions with service providers, give their thoughts on products, and share their experiences. Retailers are getting in the game too.
Facebook and Google plus privacy.
Google plus what? Now, Google+ might catch a lot of flak from the media and the rest of the social media market for being... well... a bit odd. And truth be told, Google's social platform is a bit odd compared to most other platforms. Show More Summary
Networking on social media is a crucial element of success. Once you get the basics of learning how to use Google+ and other social media platforms, you realize that you need to connect with people in a meaningful way. Enter networking!...Show More Summary
For those of you that is on the Google Plus platform, you have heard of the craze that is taking this social area by storm. It’s the Google Hangout feature. The option to build one’s audience by allowing us to become show hosts and reach different people with a more emotional message. Show More Summary
I just learned that Google is using its image analysis software to automatically tag me in photos that others upload to Google Plus. Uh, no. How do I stop this? The post Stop Google Plus identifying you in uploaded photos? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
We often see apps offering users the option of signing in using their social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus. There are many apps which have extended this functionality to allow sharing on these social networking sites directly from within an app. Show More Summary
Chris Lacy, who started the thread, has valid complaints about some of Apple’s worst bugs in recent months. But I don’t think any of them refute my observation that it feels no longer true that “Google is getting better at design faster than Apple is getting better at web services”. Show More Summary
In 2014, the top social networks were, in terms of number of month actual users, in order: Facebook Google Plus (surprise, surprise!) Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Vine Snapchat Not surprisingly, each platform has a specific target demographic, which is basically divided into two major sectors: professional use and personal use. Show More Summary