Why Google+ Is Dying (and Nearly Dead)

Google is known for their commitment to user feedback and improving user experience; rather than abandoning their product, they’re listening to their users.

Just a few years ago, Google+ seemed to be the social media platform to watch. Facebook and Twitter enjoyed a much brighter spotlight with far greater user numbers, but Google+ had something powerful neither of them could boast—the support of Google. The Google name has been a symbol of technological prowess ever since the search engine rose to near ubiquity, gracing highly practical, widely used products like Google Maps and Google News.

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