I know its the social network we love to hate, but I like at least some if not all of the layout. It makes Facebook look so boring. It feels like tumblr + spotify + the old ghetto myspace crowd got older and more sophisticated.
If for no other reason, the excitement around Google+ is warranted because it demonstrates Google’s commitment to doing social right. After experiments-gone-awry by the names of Wave, Buzz and Orkut, Google is back in the game with a product — or “project” as the company prefers to call it — that is hot.
by Mark Suster
Read our “6 Predictions for Digital Advertising in 2011” on Mashable. As we continue deeper into a recession, we will see more deal-based advertising. Groupon and LivingSocial were right to make those inroads early. Sites like Gilt Groupe and PLNDR are being really innovative with their sales strategy, and it’s paying off for them. Location-based […]
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As the web evolves, new sites take the place of older ones and numbers can be deceptively temporary. Some of these sites open up possibilities that can redefine business networking.