Google+ users can expect a greater photo-viewing experience, as Google has recently added pan and zoom features to the site. These new functionalities allow users to view smaller areas of high-resolution photos, which they have posted on the
A new strategy is being employed by Larry Page, the chief executive of Google, to gain more users in the Google+ social network. The news came out recently in the Wall Street
Google is requiring users of its services to create a Google+ account in its latest attempt to cope up with Facebook, the world’s leading social network, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The search giant is now asking users of Gmail, YouTube and other Google services to make a Google+ page that is viewable to the public.
Google+, which started as an experimental social networking project, is now Facebook’s closest competitor and an important new program for Google to generate more revenue …
Blogger users are in for a treat, as the platform is currently strengthening ties with Google+ in the form of a new feature which allows them to “mention” people on Google+ in their blog posts.
An Exciting New Feature
With the new feature, Bloggers can now cite anyone who is on Google+ in their posts. In turn, Google+ users who are “mentioned” will get to see it as a notification. Consequently, this would be a great way to catch the attention of Google+ users, as well as a good …
Last December 6, Google announced that Google Plus now has 135 million active users, users that log on to their plus accounts on a monthly basis. Last September, that number was around 100 million, which means that Google is growing as fast as Facebook when it had the same number of active
Google+, Google’s social network, has been operating for about a year now. Since then, critics have been quick to label it as a “ghost town,” yet another weak attempt by Google in venturing into social networking. A boss from the Internet giant, however, does not agree with such criticisms, according to a report from the Business
Google+ now has more than 400 million users, announces Google SVP Vic Gundotra.
The Googler unveiled the figures in a post on the search giant’s social network and added that about 25 percent of them are active users.
In the post, Gundotra seemed struck at the number of users Google managed to rack up in a very short time.
“This week we also hit an important milestone – over 400,000,000 people have upgraded to Google+. It was only a year ago that we opened public sign-up, and we …
Google Plus introduced the Sliders function to address the issue of Social media clutter.
It is very difficult to maintain thousands of friends in any social networking site. With Google’s new Sliders function, one can control the outgoing and incoming notifications.
Information technology communities of medium sized businesses discuss the implications of clutter. Businesses may have millions of followers, or friends, but if those users aren’t engaging, then they are of no use at …
Google plus now offers vanity URLs to selected users, a feature that has already been used by Twitter and Facebook for quite some time now.
This means that you can now customize your Google plus URL so that it has your name on it, making it more personalized and making your social network page be even more about you than it already is.
Google Plus vanity URLs makes it easier to locate people on the social networking site. You don’t have to search for them; they can give you their customized …
Recently, Google made an announcement about “Studio Mode,” a new feature that makes it possible for musicians to conduct live concerts online.
The amazing thing about it is that the platform offers high-quality sounds; what’s more, everyone who has a Google Plus account can join in. This means that any musician or band can broadcast a performance to virtually an unlimited number of listeners, absolutely free!
Music lovers can now use Google Studio Mode for live online concerts. (Image: …