Security and Privacy – Google+ launched and quickly realized that people didn’t like it when you stuck 20 of your connections in the “Annoying” circle. So, of course they shutdown log-ins and scrambled for a fix.
Usability – The most popular question on Google+ so far is “why am I here?” followed by “where is everybody?”.
Intelligence – So far Google+ makes a lot recommendations of people you should connect with. Too bad you don’t know any of them. Really, do you need to be managing 500 new avatars?
CASH & Klout – Google has a lot of both. They can afford to make mistakes.
So the long and short is, hang with us! We are working hard to bring you a solution that will work not only with Google+, but all of your already invested relationship networks. We don’t you wasting time, being frustrated or feeling exposed by a new tool. Your security, ssage and already established network is our biggest focus. And unlike Google, we can’t afford to make a mistake.
Well, if for nothing else Google+ validated that we like to drag and drop our friends avatars around. It sort of makes us feel like puppet masters.
I really do like some of the features. I just see it making my life even more complicated, and yet another channel to check.
How do you feel about it? Would love to hear your comments.
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