Google launched the “share” button today, which is exactly what it sounds like- a way to share a page or post directly with your Google+ circles. Continue reading
Google+ VP of Product Management, Bradley Horowitz, announced Thursday that the social network was lowering its minimum age limit from 18 to 13.
Google announced a week or so ago that any new Google accounts will be signed up for Google+, by default. Since the minimum age for a Gmail account is 13, this change in Google+ is most likely an effort to bridge that gap.
This move puts Google+’s age restrictions more in line with many of the other major social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
Changing the minimum age may lead to a number of digital marketing implications, including: Continue reading
For some time now, some Google web search results have revealed the Google+ information of the author. This is a feature that is possible for any site that clearly indicates its content’s individual authors (mostly news sites and blogs). Continue reading
TheNextWeb is reporting that U.S.visits to the Google+ site is up 55% from November (49 million total).
Given that Google+ is very much an international social network and some users visit the site less often than others, this report seems to support the 67 million user total that came out recently. Continue reading
On their blog tonight, the Google team lists the top 10 (of 471) company blog posts of 2011. Some may find the results a bit surprising. Continue reading
The Google+ team has been on a roll lately. This month alone, they added a bunch of new features, reportedly eclipsed 60 million users and now come three new television ads with a seemingly large national buy (they were everywhere this weekend).
In case you haven’t seen them yet, here are the three new ads: Continue reading