On June 28, 2012, Google introduced its own social network, Google+ (Google Plus). Technology enthusiasts, online marketers, and Google fans scurried to set up an account and test the waters. Today the arguments fly whether Google+ is a place where you want to invest your time and resources. Naysayers call it a “ghost town” and argue that they don’t have the time to tend to another social network. However, proponents support Google+ as a strong platform for intelligent discourse and debate.
I think of Google+ as anything but a ghost town, but it’s still too early to say with certainty whether it will continue as a social network, or whether it will be amalgamated into Google itself. It is clear that ...
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