The infographic in this post was done by Chris Brogan and BlueGlass. As with anything relating to this topic, especially as it relates to Google+’s use for business, people like to squabble as to just how viable Google+ is as a platform beyond it being Robert Scoble’s personal playground. Personally, I think there will be enough of an audience and one that, due to its smaller user base, can more easily defined and developed. To think it is going to overtake Facebook is not the argument to chase. It’s more about what niche it will serve and if marketers can take advantage of it. Also, the integration into Google’s suite of products and services is still the search giant’s ultimate goal, in my opinion.
Take some time to comment as to whether you agree or disagree with the content of the infographic. There is a lot to digest for sure.
If this subject is of interest to you and you would to hear more from yet another source you can join Chris Abraham on March 13th at 11 AM EST for a 30 minute webinar entitled, surprise, surprise, Google+ for Business! This is part of Mike Moran’s Biznology series.Click here to register for this free webinar.
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