Only if it was social-search: find peeps. Find photos taken by peeps. Find organisations who work against the government. Find groups who have a specific disease. Find people in a certain geographic area with a certain income range and who drive Fords and liked a movie where people drive much too fast.
Now Google updated their Google Plus... looks a lot better but I don't think it will attract more people. People are starting to get burned with having all of these networks to sign into. I hear Facebook is not gaining people like they used to... actually on the decline from 800 million users.
- Ted S
- Ted S
People think Google's the bestus thingus since sliced bread with a cherry on top. They would lick boots and wash feet with hair and tears.Originally Posted by rudy
All Hail The Google
That's only slight exaggeration.
It cause me lose my welcome page and even my contest page. Lot of campaign run by fan page are not working well after the changes of timeline in business page.
What i notice is it work better on interaction with fans while my likes and interaction is increase double up after the timeline changing but without a welcome page or campaign page which hide in application right now . Is hard for us to bring them to our business site.
Do you use the "pin" thing to set certain posts/events on top?Originally Posted by exabytes
Honestly, I was adverse to the change initially. But, now that I'm engaged with the new format and features I do really like it. My interaction and likes are really increasing daily. I think that Facebook had the intention of stirring the pot with the timeline. I mean users that had decided they weren't interested any longer had to become interested again. At the very least users are using Facebook more frequently again if for no other reason than to find out what the change is about and how to use it.
I also have invested on custom tabs...now with the new timeline, my individual tabs are all gone. I am still waiting for Facebook announcement regarding the latest integration adjustments
i also don't like timeline. its just a scam
There are apps that are kinda being advertised on facebook. they said these apps could bring back the old facebook profile. tried every app availabe, and yes, i still have the timeline. hate it.
- Ted S
Somewhere i saw Facebook is following Google plus. I agree with it, cause facebook implemented few new things it their site. One is video chat. I think google implemented first as hangout. May be few more like this type. What do you think guys?
Please, let's not have any more people with nothing more to say than "I don't like the new timeline". It's here to stay, at least until the next big change, by which time you will have got so used to it that you'll be calling for the old (ie today's new) timeline back. If you've got anything constructive to say then let's hear it, but no more one-line moans please.
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They (FB) could sure increase usability by a whopping gazillion percent if they allowed people to shuffle those events to just one side of the "line" so that you're looking at a single, chronological column again. The swapping back and forth, left and right... who the heck thought this was a Good Thing???
Seriously the FB UX guys must've been on a trip or something.
Hasn't Google plus' growth slowed down considerably lately? If anything, Google should integrate something like Pinterest before it starts to die out. Pinterest wont last long because there is a point of no return where everything becomes redundant. Thats just my thought, Google can take the FAST FAST growth of something like pinterest and then flip those users into Google plus' new interface and really start to compete with Facebook. It wont happen, just some food for thought.
Nah, Pinterest's just a bunch of chickie-chicks posting images of text and stuff. Blind Google wants to be able to read their info.Originally Posted by spartinman