Google + Communities Are Finally Here

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Facebook has groups and now Google + will have communities.
The feature should be extremely helpful in assisting Google
+ to become more useful. With just about 500 million users
and many of them active, this could potentially be a game changer. Well perhaps not right away, but as the battle rages on for Internet
dominance, between these two tech titans, it will certainly
be a great benefit for Google + users and probably change things
in ways we are not aware of yet.

Google has launched a new feature to its social network, Google+, that will aid in meeting new people. It’s called Google+ Communities and it’s Google’s attempt of competing against Facebook Groups. If there’s something you’re interested in or you’re an expert about, Google+ wants to help give you a chance to connect with others who share your passion and interests.

via Meet Google+ Communities: Google’s answer to Facebook Groups aimed at helping you meet new people – The Next Web.

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