Getting personal with a custom Google+ address

Ever since Google introduced Google+ in 2011, a big frustration for many users of the embryonic social network was letting people know where to find them. That means a web address or URL: something you can let people know about so that it’s easy for them to find you on Google+. Except that it wasn’t […]

The difference between America and Europe

Reshared post from The Economist: Today’s #Dailychart shows how entrepreneurship differs wildly among countries. America is an engine of innovation, as attested by the upcoming public listing of Twitter, which aims to fetch a cool $1 billion. How do other countries rank in terms of entrepreneurship? Sadly, not so well http://econ.st/1f62ZQG View this post on Google+ Many of […]

The over-arching strategy for Google+

One of the characteristics of any conversation about Google+ is a view that not many people actually use it – mostly the “users” versus “active users” argument – and how it will fail as it’s not like Facebook or Twitter as a social network. Speaking as an “active user” since Google field trialled Google+ in […]