A Couple of Google Plus Features: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki

A Couple of Google Plus Features

A Couple of Google Plus Features: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki

Recently Kersten Kloss and I had the pleasure of interviewing Guy Kawasaki on his book “What the Plus – Google + For the Rest Of Us”.

Guy talked about numerous things including A Couple of Google Plus Features.

Here is a transcription from the A Couple of Google Plus Features Video:


You know it’s interesting when you talk about that, because as I say, there are a lot of things I gleaned out of the book, I am not going to get into a lot of things as there are a lot of little nuggets that you put on there

For example, the + plus someones name, the hashtag, and what ever, I only thought that hashtags were in Twitter, Yeah, I didn’t realize that hashtags had anything to do with it

no, they are actually much better in google plus because it’s really a database tag i mean it’s not something that you just searching for the string that’s dumb the this is a thing that if you click on that tag you know everybody’ll come out, appear whose posted about that excellent it’s much more powerful.


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