Google+ reaches 400 million registered users, 100 million active
When born Google Buzz and Google Wave, I tried intrigued them for a bit 'but after some time I gave these experiments of Google because, in my opinion, would not have been successful. I am not certainly a visionary but, years later, time has proved me right as well as giving me reason Google+ that continues to grow continuously.
There are many people who will never forget the first approach on Google, when it was still in beta and that maybe they have discovered thanks to some invitations that I have disclosed here on my portal , It's been a year since Google released publicly their social networks and there were times when many people thought it was a dead platform.
As often happens when something new is born, there are ups and downs stages where the user finds it hard to give full trust to the new idea, but if something is true, surely emerge over time. And it is the case of Google, which has just reached 400 million registered users and currently has 100 million active users and counting active users via website that those using the mobile application. As Gundotra observes, "it was only a year ago that we opened to the public Google+ and we never imagined that so many people would have joined in just 12 months. I have every right to be excited, 400 million is a huge number. "
Google had promised, remember? The Mountain View giant said that by the end of 2012 would touch the 400 million members and succeeded, despite many skeptics believed the opposite. How much further to get to Facebook? Let's say that perhaps the goal of Google is not even that, but to create a community of people really interested in exchanging interests: I attend Google+ the beginning of his birth in private beta and I chat and share opinions more with these "virtual friends" that with those of Facebook.
Last night, many users have reported on Twitter that Facebook was not accessible. A few minutes later Anonymous posted a message in which the group of hacktivists claimed the attack on the servers of the social network. A spokesman for Menlo Park has denied everything, saying that it was a simple technical problem.
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