Goodbye, Google+: A eulogy for the last great social network


Goodbye, Google+: A eulogy for the last great social network

(Read my column: https://goo.gl/VpmzYS)

Here’s my long-promised eulogy for Google+, where I argue that Google+ really started dying in 2014.

I hope you agree with everything I wrote here, and would love to hear your thoughts on it in the comments.

https://www.fastcompany.com/90252543/goodbye-google-a-eulogy-for-the-last-great-social-network

(Pic props to Thomas Hawk)

#google+

13 thoughts on “Goodbye, Google+: A eulogy for the last great social network

  1. Carole Mercédès oh 🙂 we we’ll move on and add cross-promotion from Facebook, LinkedIn and add support for Diaspora*

    Sad to see Google+ go nevertheless.

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  2. I’m good… shocked to lose one of my favorite places… even if just a virtual one… thankful for all the great connections i made and wondering how many of them will endure all that and what will part.

    Guess the circle of life… 😉

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  3. Carole Mercédès it will change with the upcoming migration of plussers. They will bring the G+ culture and things will change. We even plan to improve the UI to make it more G+ like.

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