Google’s new social networking website (Google plus), which hit the internet in the month of June, is now out of Limited Trial field and is open to all. Yes, that’s right. Google + is now open for anyone and everyone, except for people living underwater and in space.
The Google surrounded social networking website has been in the news for a really long time now and the number of users have also increased in time. Now that it’s open for all and doesn’t require any form of invitation, it’s definitely going to reach new heights. Now, let’s talk about it’s one and only competition, Facebook. The f8 developer conference will begin tomorrow, where Facebook is definitely going to introduce some new features and try to bring Google + down. But, Google is clever, so they made their social network available to all and added a bunch of new features.
Check out cool Google+ posts:
- Google plus tips and Tricks
- How to move Facebook photos and Videos to Google plus
- Google minus: Knows who unfollowed you on Google+
- gClient: Google plus client for windows
- How to publish updates on Twitter & facebook from Google+
- Google+: Safe Facebook alternative
The battle has been raging on from the day the Plus project was introduced by Google and ever since, Facebook has been improving their social network by stealing ideas from the former. And in between all this, there came the Open source social network Diaspora, which is still struggling to get people on-board.
It’s all about timing! You get it right and things are going to go good, just like what Facebook is doing. Google + is late in the game and Diaspora is the ignored one.
So, choose which social network you’re going to be active on, there are also ways to be active on all of them. If you checkout Google’s homepage, you will now see an arrow pointing to it’s social network, begging you to join. That’s some level of advertisement, don’t you think. Bold and on everyone’s face.
So what do you think you’re going to do now? Well, you can join Google + via this link or just open google.com and click on the You+ link.
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