Are you still using Google+? If you are, then you might have noticed the social network looked a little bit different today. If you aren't using it, Google+'s new changes might convince you to. Here's what's new with Google's Facebook rival.
In an effort to encourage folks to join Google+, The Muppets make a cameo on a recent advertisement. Check out the video below to see our favorite Jim Henson characters rocking out to the song "Under Pressure" — but does this make you want to join Google+?
Irked by Google+ 's "real name-only" policy? Would you rather have people identify you online as BigBuffHotDaddy? Google's upstart social network will soon let you use an online pseudonym — making it that much more enticing to use instead of Facebook or Twitter.
Less than one month since Google opened its Google+ social network to the masses, the Facebook challenger is already seeing traffic plummet by as much as 60 percent, according to data collected by Chitika Insights.
Itching to try Google's Facebook killer, Google+, but couldn't get an invite? After being locked down for 90 days of public beta testing, it's now available for everybody along with 91 new features. Just don't forget to use your real name!
Everybody's yapping about Google+ this and Google+ that; how it'll be a Facebook killer, how it's growing faster than Twitter — blah blah blah. Yet, once people are invited, they're all like "Now what? So, what can I do on it?" This funny video explains why people are loving Google+.
In this video, Australian programmer Robert Norris Hills shows us just how easy it is for spammers to navigate Google+. So, what's gonna happen when this new social network opens its doors to businesses?
Google+, the new guy on the social networking scene isn't doing too bad. After Google CEO Larry Page announced last week that Google+ had 10 million users in a mere two weeks, it appears they've added another 10 million users. Talk about being the hottest thing in town.
So, are you hooked on Google+? Were you waiting for a social network to come along that would let you send out short updates and photos to your friends, just in a slightly different way than all the other ones? Well, now you can use it on your iPhone with the new Google+ app.
Right on the back of reports that Google+ will allow users to conceal their gender — or the entirety of their profile, if they so chose — comes word that said users mostly male. The ratios vary, but everyone agrees: Google+ is hurting for a feminine presence.