Tuesday, 26 July 2011


We haven't touched on Google+ yet, largely because we're unsure it brings anything new to the table that Twitter and Facebook haven't already brought, but early figures show we could be very wrong.

The search engine's new social network has attracted over 10 million members in the three weeks since its launch. Facebook currently has 750 million members, while Twitter boasts 300m. At this rate, it's entirely possible that Google+ could eventually rival its more established competitors. 

On the other hand, Google already has over 1 billion users to work with, which is basically the equivalent of 'recruiting in-house', so that might be accountable for that. Time will tell... In the meantime, here's a quick video that explains what Google+ actually is, in case you weren't sure (we're still not convinced). 

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