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July 04, 2011


This is an interesting question, and one that my team and I have been thinking about lately. On one hand, it offers a new forum for people to connect and share ideas (a universal good), but that is quickly becoming a crowded space. It will take Google Plus a while to grow up the credibility of, for instance, LinkedIn (which I adore).

Thank you for the post. You've gotten me thinking again.

@Clare: Thank YOU for reading. I agree. My personal jury is still out as to whether this is worth my time when everyone is still on Facebook.

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