Social Media Study: Top 5 Activities On Twitter, GooglePlus, And Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC] March 22, 2015 Facebook active users are much more likely to be clicking ‘like’ button than Google plus or Twitter active users are to be hitting +1 or ‘favoriting’. Active Facebookers are also more likely to be interacting with their friends, revels new study from Global Web Index.
The rumors are true: Google is breaking its Streams and Photos into standalone products, to be managed under Bradley Horowitz, as he announced on Google Plus earlier this week. Horowitz didn’t specifically mention Google Plus in his post, but the writing is on the wall and it could signal the death of Google Plus. Considering these two products...
In the tech world, late nights in front of a computer screen are the norm. And Google CFO Patrick Pichette decided that he had had enough. On Monday, he announced his retirement on Google Plus with a long, emotional goodbye, complete with advice for people who "struggle to strike the right balance between work and personal life.
Google CFO Patrick Pichette announced today that he is retiring from the company after 7 years with the company. The change was first spotted in an SEC filing and Pichette soon followed up with an announcement on Google Plus. In the announcement, Pichette, who has been with Google since 2008, explained the reasons behind his retirement.
Google product management exec Punit Soni is joining the Indian e-commerce company Flipkart as its chief product officer. Soni worked at Google for the past eight years, helping develop products like Google News, Books, Google Plus — and, as the VP of product management at Motorola while Google owned it, three phones: the MotoX, Moto G, and Moto E. Show More Summary
Google+ Changes Reinforce Importance of Owned Media March 04, 2015 Water coolers all over the globe are buzzing today with news of a pending Google Plus demise. Is anyone surprised? I’m not. The rumors started to fly as early as last April.
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