If You Read and Dig the Web then you will find people being Skeptical about Google+ and its success or will it even sustain the competitor like Facebook. The answer is more certain to be yes. Not because it is a better social network but because Google Has the resources , services and products to make it a Success.
Take Google’s staggered roll-out, for example. It wanted to get something out there early to make an initial impact; to say “We’re here in your social space”.
This, of course, led to condemnation and fear that it would be the next Google Buzz: “Nobody’s on it. What’s there to do? I’m going back to Facebook.” But a lot of this attitude and negativity comes down to viewing Google+ as a Facebook competitor. It’s not.
What Google+ Is?
The Best Answer To The Question is that it is the future of Business Search and Social Search. Slowly after the initial comparisons is now clear that Google is not here to Compete Facebook in its Social Network Domain but it is more of a network that will be an integrated part of Google’s entire ecosystem where you can connect all the Google Services and Products Together.
Google started by creating personal social network which is now integrated with YouTube In Its New Design which will help in social video discovery and social video search. The best feature is that in its recommendation engine – you can add Facebook too along with Google+.
Is There More?
Yes Absolutely ! In fact this is just the beginning of these changes. We have seen similar social integration in Google’s main search offering, Google Docs and even Gmail. This will be the culmination of a mix between improved search and the collaborative principles that underpinned (the sadly failed) Google Wave. With improvements, the extended Google+ integration will make sense.
The Future will Be Like This: Just Image
I’m have an Annual Meeting of My Company. The Chairman or the Company has a Google+ account and the video is broadcast live as a hangout to the media and other representatives who may not be able to board room. After the meeting is finished, the hangout will be uploaded to YouTube to share. Employees and media can import it from YouTube into Google Docs as a video document which can then be annotated and shared on Google+ with other members of the class or directly to a mailing list from Google+ by clicking the ‘gmail’ option. We can base a hangout on one of these video documents as an informal seminar too.
So the fact is soon Google+ won’t be a choice but a significant tool which we will be using as naturally as Gmail and Google Search. It will change the way we search, share and discover data. So Don’t think of Google+ as a social network think of it as part of our social media future.