Google+ (Google Plus) is used by millions of people to stay connected. However, it’s not used by enough people to make it a viable community for Google to continue to be investing in.
The Wall Street Journal writes that Google is backing down from requiring folks to have a Google Plus account to use many Google services or share content with others.
For those still wondering if you should build and mange a community on Google Plus, it looks like you shouldn’t bother.
This does not mean you should ignore Google. Your rank in Google search is important. Your use of YouTube is still important. Using Google for advertising – still important.
Focus on Facebook for the best engagement and experience in building a community.
Wanna get your ranking HIGH in Google? Check out my friend Martin Shervington’s Plus Your Business..
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