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Mike Essex

What does the web think of Google+ ?

28th Jun 2011 News, Industry News, SEO 1 minute to read

Google have announced they are launching a social network in the form of Google+ and although we’ve technically been here before with Google Buzz, there are a lot of positive comments by the likes of Bloomberg and Techcrunch. Meanwhile our Twitter feed indicates a wide spectrum of reactions, the best of which we’ve displayed below:

j kendrick

James Kendrick hits the nail on the head. No network ever succeeded without a big following.

 

Malcolm Coles

Malcolm Coles, may have a point, how can customers trust this service after so many failures?

 

ross hudgens

Ross Hudgens goes some way to explaining all the negativity.

 

gfiorelli

All part of the Google master plan.

 

Bas Van

 

Johnnie Manzari

Google+ wasn't the only thing Google launched today.

 

punitt

Peter Unitt has the first to mention the big dog Facebook, and what we're all thinking.

 

John Doherty Google+

Some positive words from John Doherty.

 

ysekand

A knee jerk rection, although certainly born out of many Google failures.

 

ismpete Google +

Peter Handley rightly points out we've been here before.

the hodge
‘The Hodge succeeds in making half the SEO community very jealous.

 

Laura Klein
Good Google, nice Google.

 

Koozai Anna
Anna makes the first thoughts from Koozai.

 

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