Monday, January 14, 2013

Google is doing great, One is Google Plus [Of Course]

I read the next web, I extract one point related to Google+ about how "Larry Page ignored Steve Jobs’s deathbed advice, and Google is doing great"


Another key to Google’s ability to remain unfocused and stay competitive is the evolution of Google+. Though many continue to dismiss Google’s social platform as an also-ran and a distraction from its core business, the increased back-end integration of Google’s products reveals much potential.
For example, despite the lack of a read/write API, Google+ users can create and comment on Google+ posts from multiple entry points, including Gmail, YouTube or the Play Store. What this shows is the company’s longer term vision for Google+ to exist as a single and agile data set that can represent itself in different products seamlessly.

Here is the full report.