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Great Job, Internet!: Watch Blink-182 list all the things they love about Google Plus

2011 was a simpler time. Blink-182 still featured both of its founding members, Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge, and Google was making its latest foray into the world of social media. Following the death of Google Buzz and Google Friend Connect, the tech giant made another stab at connecting people, and in June of 2011 Google Plus was born. Show More Summary

Reason And Rationality: The Psychological Keys To Investing Success

A remarkable post recently appeared on Google Plus. A quiet researcher in mathematical finance who manages a large portfolio decided to speak out. Lifting the curtain a bit on his returns and referencing the returns of his peers, Lopez de Prado asserted that the key to investing success is the [...]

Instagram posts can now be scheduled ahead of time via Buffer

Buffer, a fan-favorite all-in-one social media app, can now be used to schedule Instagram posts. As you can with Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus and Pinterest, Instagram posts can be planned directly from the Buffer dashboard. Show More Summary

Focusing on one social media platform to build consistency

Bill Gassett of Re/Max in Holliston, Massachusetts joins Homesnap's Gayle Weiswasser to talk about focusing on one form of social media -- in this case, Google Plus -- to create specific and specialized content on a consistent platform...

How Hyperloop Is Set to Revolutionize High-Speed Transit

This question originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus. Answer by Bruce Upbin, VP of Strategic Communications at Hyperloop One: There are a few: cost, speed, safety, and flexibility. Show More Summary

Huawei criticized for using DSLR-image in smartphone advert

Many viewers would describe the image that Huawei used in a Google Plus post promoting its flagship smartphone P9 as a beautiful portrait. Angled backlighting is creating a golden shine in the subject's hair, and warm subdued colors and lens flare that adds to the composition. Show More Summary

Huawei P9 Leica camera sample image was actually shot with a $4500 Canon kit

I’m not entirely sure what they thought they were doing when Huawei posted this shot to Google Plus. Did they forget to rip the EXIF data out of it before doing so? Or did they just not realise that Google told the world exactly what camera an image was shot with? There’s been a lot of talk [...]Show More Summary

10 Weekend Reads

The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Sumatra coffee, grab a seat on your favorite  hanging chair, and get ready for our longer-form weekend reads: • How Mark Zuckerberg Led Facebook’s War to Crush Google Plus (Vanity Fair) • The...Show More Summary

Zuckerberg's stare 'borders on the psychopathic,' says ex-Facebooker - CNET

Technically Incorrect: A new book by a former Facebook employee makes working at Facebook sound not unlike being a Scientologist. It also says Zuckerberg was intent on destroying Google Plus.

Mark Zuckerberg wanted to destroy Google Plus like the Romans burned down Carthage (FB, GOOG)

The day that Google launched its social network in 2011, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called an impromptu meeting that turned into a declaration of war. Zuckerberg told employees that the launch of Google Plus meant a zero-sum competition...Show More Summary

Reverse commute: Google’s car project to open shop in Michigan

SILICON VALLEY—While traditional car companies are busy establishing Silicon Valley outposts, Google is making a reverse commute by opening a development center in Michigan. In a Google Plus post on Wednesday, the Mountain View company...Show More Summary

Instagram: The YouTube Marketing Platform?

While cross platform marketing is definitely a thing for most brands, that tends to limit itself in scope to certain networks. For instance, Facebook and Twitter, or Twitter and Instagram, or Facebook and Google Plus. A few other networks are left out on their own, treated as separate entities. Show More Summary

Deal: Social Media for Business

Entrepreneurs, learn to leverage social media to grow your business with this series of 17 courses which teaches principles of online marketing strategy, and how to leverage Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google Plus, as well as social media tools like HootSuite.

Social Media Marketing Content Strategy Important To All Businesses Not Just Banking

With the popularity of online of sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus, social media marketing is an important part of any internet marketing plan. Content marketing is a crucial element of any social media strategy because it requires content to creating the marketing campaign, and to get great results, it requires producing a lot... Show More Summary

Googler promises G+ won't become a 'den of infamy' after hiring 4chan founder Chris Poole (GOOG, GOOGL)

Even though Chris Poole, the founder of controversial online forum 4chan is joining Google Plus, the social network won't become a "den of infamy." That's the promise of one of Google's lead engineers, responding to the announcementShow More Summary

Tesla Inspires Dramatic Ghost Ad

A surreal land of oil & gas is visited by an unlikely yet welcomed stranger in this concept ad made for Tesla Motors. Pinterest Google Plus One Facebook Like Tweet Widget

How Three Creatives Got Their Big Break

In partnership with iStock by Getty Images Photo credit: Afton Almaraz, 167005974 Breaking into the creative industry is no easy feat—even the most successful artists had to start from somewhere. Pinterest Google Plus One Facebook Like Tweet Widget

Google Plus Offers Missed Marketing Opportunity For Major Brands While Search Apps Can Increase Traffic

Regardless of business size, Google offers many ways to market a business and increase traffic with very little effort. Mobile apps and Google Plus Business Pages allow businesses to connect with their markets locally by creating listings in Google that are relevant to the location. Show More Summary

Google's search chief is retiring (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google's search chief Amit Singhal is retiring, he announced this morning. He's been at Google for 15 years, and will be leaving the company to spend more time doing philanthropic work, he writes in a Google Plus post. His last day at Google will be February 26 "Now is a good time to make this important life change," he writes. Show More Summary

4 Reasons Content Scrapers Are Too Stupid to Worry About

Just a few mornings ago, I was contacted privately by a colleague on Google Plus.

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