Jessica DelBalzo - I have a confession to make. I hate Google+. Thanks to some business connections, I was among the first to receive an invitation when the service launched, and at the time, I was excited to give it a … Continue reading
Call it a Christmas Gift or a gift for the New Year 2013, Google+ gave every Android and iPhone user more than a single reason to smile. On 14th December , Google+ Vice President of Engineering, Dave Besbris revealed a … Continue reading
Google recently announced that it will begin offering corporate control features for its Google+ social network to businesses for free — at least for a while. If you run a Google Apps domain, you can set up domain-wide restrictions on … Continue reading
When Google gathered five woman technologists for a session on female-centric design at Google’s IO developer conference, it must have known the panelists would eventually critique Google itself. But the company was probably hoping the designers would stay away from … Continue reading
Google+ a Ghost Town? Hardly http://www.inc.com/christina-desmarais/google-plus-why-better-for-business.html Not only is Google+ not deserted, it might be a better platform for business than Facebook and Twitter. Here’s why….
Every social media-savvy tech entrepreneur with any digital credibility is on Twitter. But according to tech pundit Robert Scoble, maybe you need not be: Twitter is fast approaching the status of ghost town. http://www.inc.com/christina-desmarais/google-plus-why-better-for-business.html
Apparently both Twitter and Facebook have updated their authentication methods recently. While working on some upgrades to my site I found that neither site had received posts from the blog via twitterfeed in a few days. A simple re-authentication took … Continue reading
Google Merges Search and Google+ Into Social Media Juggernaut. Now we know Google’s master-plan for integrating Google+ ever more deeply into the Google ecosystem: Pour the whole thing into Google search. Starting today, Google+ members, and to a lesser extent … Continue reading