The new google plus social networking


Hi everyone.. Hope you have noticed the latest bzz going around the world of internet that is the google plus.. A sample demo has been provided and its getting huge positive reviews.. This is definitely going to be a hit in the stomach for facebook and Mark.. This traces back to the day when orkut was the social networking site that everyone visited provided by google.. All was going well until facebook came and it literally got all orkut and other smaller social networking members into a single place- facebook…

Face it guys , facebook needed a major change or else it was gonna fall someday due to boredom.. The google’s efforts to displace facebook had failed in the previous two attempts with BUZZ and similar ones that they released.. But nothing was a hit.. But this time i feel they have definitely got their act together and this is gonna be huge.. Check out google plus for a small demo and its gonna blow you off.. Remember this is just a small piece of whats gonna come banging…. Lets wait for it and see how facebook reacts to this..:)

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One response to “The new google plus social networking

  1. I disagree. As of now, I see no single feature in G+ that makes it so irresistible for me to forget the pain of transferring my entire contacts list to the new network and get used to the new stuff. And then in G+ even if friends add me, I’ll have to add them myself to get their updates, like Twitter. And even if I decide to add all my friends to G+, I can’t get myself to organise them in circles. (You might know how “organised” my desk used to be 😉 ). So FB is the way to go for me. At least, as of now.

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