- Dec 23, 2009
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A couple of years ago Google took on the task of creating their own social network and catered their software around supporting it. Unlike Twitter and Facebook, Google plus has not gotten the traction it projected despite all the efforts Google has made. So the question now is with David Besbris vacating his role as head of social and identity, will Google plus continue, or will Google just keep Hangouts and photos and abandon the rest of the project?
Do you use Google Plus?
Why, in your estimation, has Google failed in their endeavor of creating a viable social network?
Source: Amid turbulence Google Plus loses its latest leader 9to5Google
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