“If you ignore Google+, Google Search will ignore you.” – Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page
As part of its ongoing effort to verify audiences across all of its services, Google acquired digital fraud detection startup Spider.io.
Post on Fridays. Images receive 94 percent more +1′s; animated GIFs receive 39 percent more likes.
Since its launch in 2011, there have been articles every couple months declaring Google+ a ghost town. However, the numbers indicate otherwise. So why does the myth persist?
The NYPD likely acquired the glasses through the Google Glass Explorer program but is not working directly with Google.
Apart from the company’s own Google+ pages, science-related pages are the fastest growing on the social network.
Spoiler alert: Google doesn’t want to kill the web, there’s no profit in that.
Update first, ask questions later. And that attitude is going to continue generating a lot of heat for Google, especially as it develops more features that blur the lines between services.
Google Glass has sparked the wearable tech trend and changed the conversation about smartphones, social media, and how we integrate technology into our lives.
Google+ is growing by the day, and it’s become a thorn in the side of more established social media sites. Then again, it’s been a thorn in the side of many long term Google users too. Let’s just hope that Google, in its dogged attachment to G+, doesn’t do for all of its services what it did to YouTube comments.