Google Plus was released as a private beta late last month and since then the service has grown exponentially, with some proclaiming that Google had finally gotten social right. However, as more users continue to signup for the service, they will not come from the early-adopter tech crowd which has constituted the majority of the folks who joined in the first month. Some will wonder why there is yet another place to share things with your friends and family. How is it any different? Why should I care? I’m sticking with Facebook!
Those questions are addressed in a slideshow presentation created by a Google+ user, Saidur (Cy) Hossain. In it, he introduces Circles and explains how sharing on Google+ is different from other services. So, if you have a friend or cousin who complains that they have no clue what Google+ is for, direct them to the presentation.
View the slideshow presentation here.
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