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The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project

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The Hit and Miss of Google+ provides helpful information on the good and bad side of the search giant’s latest social network project.

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The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project

  1. 1. The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />www.directmaillettersdoneforyou.com<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents<br />Introduction<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />For More Information On Copywriting And Increase Your Productivity Levels <br />
  3. 3. The online buzz continues to spread on the web about the search engine giant’s new social network project, Google+. <br />We all know that it has been out for days and still in its initial testing phase. <br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  4. 4. However, some early users are now assessing on what Google+ can actually bring to the table. <br />Let’s take a closer look on where the search giant’s newest social layer is hitting the right marks and where it misses against its rivals.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  5. 5. Hit: Streamlined User Interface<br />Most of the early users are admiring Google+ for its clean and sleek user interface.<br />It’s easy to use, streamlined and free from clutter. <br />It has its own character and personality which is way better than other products from the search giant.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  6. 6. Miss: Too Noisy Stream<br />While the use of Circles is designed to minimize the noise, it is still too noisy for the users. <br />Another concern is that posts are not in chronological order and are pushed on top whenever there is a new comment. <br />There are also no options available on how to view the stream feed.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  7. 7. Hit: Circles<br />This feature has one of the most positive reaction overall.<br />Users find it a very easy and convenient system to put their contacts into groups.<br />It also allows them to share posts selectively that are relevant to a specific group.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  8. 8. Miss: Cannot Be Used With Google Apps<br />One of the setbacks of Google+ is that it doesn’t work with other Google Apps. <br />Most users are attached to their email addresses which they use to link with Google Apps account. <br />This is one bad side that needs immediate attention and priority.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  9. 9. Hit: Hangouts<br />Perhaps this can be considered as a stand out among all the features of Google+ Project. <br />Users can create their own Hangouts where friends can join them. <br />It allows a maximum of 10 users to simultaneously video chat with each other.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  10. 10. Miss: Absence of Stream Search<br />Strange as it may seem, the search engine giant lacks a stream search for finding content that are worth sharing. <br />This is another miss that should not be taken for granted and must be implemented soon.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  11. 11. Hit and Miss: It’s All Over the Place<br />Since this is a new project, Google+ is on every Google product. <br />Notifications appear almost everywhere from Gmail, Google Docs, etc. <br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
  12. 12. The purpose of the search giant is to reinforce this new project and for other product users to engage on it. <br />However, it needs to provide an assurance that the user’s email and search will still remain private.<br />The Hit and Miss of Google+ Project<br />
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