- 10-08-2011, 08:24 AM #51
I installed Google+ fairly early. Before the public release. I have one friend who posts several times a week. Maybe four other friends who post once every week or two. Lots of people who follow me, but since I don't post anything public- I don't see the point. I can read their posts, but they don't really interest me. None of my family or close friends have adopted it. The interface seems awkward and boring. It is not visually pleasing.
Did you watch F8? I was entranced. I wasn't as annoyed by the Ticker as most- I gave it a chance, and now really like it. I appreciate the little not-so-important comments being removed from my news feed. I installed Timeline as soon as I discovered that could be done ahead of time and have worked the last two weekends adding content from milestone events in the years past. When I look at my timeline, or those of my few friends that have taken the time to install it ahead of time, I see a rich, colorful, interesting documentation of what my friends want to say is important in their lives. I don't know about Open Graph- I'll have to see what it is like when it goes live and I am able to install some of the apps. It looks very interesting, though.
I have _lots_ of close friends, acquaintances, family, coworkers who actively participate on Facebook, most daily, lots constantly! Compared to that, Google+ is just so barren and sterile.
- 10-08-2011, 08:34 AM #52
I'm still a huge fan of G+, although I'm so busy these days I'm not posting as prolifically as I once did on Twitter. My only posts on FB are automatic, things like 4square checkins or blog posts.
- 10-08-2011, 05:38 PM #53
- 10-08-2011, 05:42 PM #54
I like Google+ for sharing news articles and discovering content. However, I find that since not all my friends have Gmail accounts, then I don't have a lot of people to share with/connect with. Facebook remains my primary network.
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- 10-08-2011, 07:13 PM #58
Once you are a developer and have Timeline, only other developers can see your Timeline now. So then you have to badger your friends into doing it.
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- 12-16-2011, 09:55 AM #64
In My Opinion G+ Isnt easier than Facebook, I prefer Stay On Twitter than G+ or facebook either, I have not been Checking G+ more than 6 month since i made it, then I keep Get Email notif somebody Added me there, Facebook also, Annoying see New Facebook's Design and Layout..
Twitter More simple, and Usefull for me..
- 12-16-2011, 09:57 AM #65
This is actually a really good question. In my opinion, it is more like twitter than facebook which I like because I prefer twitter anyways. Sadly however, all my friends use facebook a good amount use twitter and almost none use google+.
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- 02-20-2012, 11:51 AM #69
Google+ (or G negative as I like to call it lol) has potential, but I don't use it at all anymore. I agree with the previous poster, one social network is really enough...my preference just happens to be Twitter. I do still use Facebook, but mainly just to share pics with family and close friends.
- 03-07-2012, 08:19 AM #70