In June of 2011, Google announced Google+, its next effort for social.
On the heels of the not-so-successful Wave project, Google+ is clearly intended as an amalgamation of many social services already on the market, but better.
With the company reportedly preparing to launch their official brand profiles platform by late fall, theyâ€™ve asked major brands to hold-off marketing their businesses on the outlet until formalized pages have been released.
Rumor has it this new platform will include an open API for applications and potentially good insight into data usage.
One of the challenges currently facing brands is the desire [Read more...]