Google Plus and Twitter – How They Work for Me Hand in Hand

8 thoughts on “Google Plus and Twitter – How They Work for Me Hand in Hand”

    1. Hi Derek! Thanks much for dropping by and for noticing the blog post! LOL! Yeah, I know! Ironic, eh? Not to worry, I am already working on it with a few other tweaks planned for the next couple of days, but the +1 button will come along nicely pretty soon!

      Thanks a lot for the kind feedback and glad you enjoyed the post! 🙂

  1. Luis, Google Plus? Honestly so far I can’t see the plus in it. In my humble opinion Google failed to bring something really new, this is just repackaging of functionality that was already available elsewhere on the web. So Google is fighting in just the same red ocean and missed the opportunity to create a new blue ocean.

    Next to that I don’t like the user interface, maybe have to get used to it. It is impossible for me to use my Google Apps account, so Google is forcing me to use yet another gmail account and there is no integration (yet) possible with other social networks.

    It will be interested to see how it develops beyond the hype. The moment we see that all those registered people are actually no users and the 90/9/1 rule also applies here. Is it just another Wave?

    So far for me it is Google Minus rather than Google Plus

    1. Peter:

      I’ve also been really drawn toward G+, particularly in using the Android App. It may be that the experience — much like the initial foray into Twitter — depends on getting a good initial set of people to follow or put in Circles, but I think the real draw for me is the cleanliness of the design and the quality of the posts, comments and exchange that I’ve been watching. Maybe the love will wear off soon, but for now G+ is really holding my attention. (P.S. Luis, I reblogged this great post to The Social Business Tumblr site http://ibmsocialbiz.tumblr.com/post/8488212862/thinking-outside-the-inbox-by-luis-suarez-google)

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