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