When most people think of Google+, which rolled out more than a year ago, they see it as a social media network. After all, the site has ways to connect with friends, acquaintances, and new people and businesses in a social manner. That seems to be the definition of social media. However, those who created Google+ do not like to call it a social networking tool.

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Written by bigmoneyweb
640 days ago

The problem, its creators believe, is that many people keep comparing it to Facebook — or, more broadly, social networks. While social interaction is a key part of Google+, the project is much more ambitious. Google+ is nothing short of a wholesale upgrade to all of Google's products and services, but with the identity of the user incorporated. Thanks for sharing.



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