We are early on in the days of Google+ but the gamesmanship is already well underway. People are jockeying for position. Robert Scoble continues to try to prove that he is the most important person in the world and others are looking for early Google+ leverage.
One interesting use of the service comes from Paul Allen who is the founder of Ancestry.com. Why is this important? Well, I have noticed that during my TV time recently I have seen a significant number of Ancestry.com ads running. They ain’t cheap I suppose.
So Allen looks like he is trying to see how much “interest” he can conjure up through his count of Google+ getting to the 10 million user mark. His effort has landed him at the top of the Techmeme ladder at the time of this writing.