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Google+ Another Failed Project by Google?

So, I did have Google+ account for a while now, but I can't remember the last time I've wanted to sign in and post anything on the wall. Beside the fact that there are few friends of mine decided to get the profile even when the project went public, it looks quite plain… and I do not like plain… I like flashy. Quite honestly, I am somewhat bored with Google+ mainly because it doesn't have my friends from 10 years ago, and I am not going to look for them. Unless Google+ invents some sort of «find your friends from Facebook», I am not interested in this service until it will get 99 percent of all of my friends signed up.


Comments (5)

tauri tauri # 0 Up Down

Hah, remember, you used to argue with me about its probable failure ;)

Insglas Insglas # 0 Up Down

I was able to sign up there only after the registration became available for the broader public. Can't but agree with you: Google+ i just so bo-o-o-oring…
To my mind, these guys have the only chance to remain afloat and it is to lure as many popular bloggers from all over the Web as possible. In general, the Google+'s public is (still) more mature and educated than that on Facebook, so such measures will help the network be interesting for its major audience.

Rangatira Rangatira # 0 Up Down

To my mind, they have long lost the credit. Remember that ticklish advertising campaign with the blue arrow on page? I found it somewhat.. yeah, even reproachful for such a big company. Moreover, it didn't help improve the performance that much: around half of the people even in my Circles haven't written anything in the news feed since mid August. Too much expected, too little achieved :(

Zocker Zocker # 0 Up Down

I registered on Google+ about a month and a half ago and haven't left a single post since. Just can't think of something I could do there without getting infinitely bored.

dmitriy dmitriy # 0 Up Down

The latest update, just like any change, Facebook's timeline is hated by those who tried it out (read a few posts by my friends)… maybe Google+ may still have a momentum?

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