Below is today’s top news relating to Google+, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The Future Of Google+
Is Social In Google’s DNA? is an article written by MySpace’s former co-founder Tom Anderson and takes a look at the filtering of messages by both Facebook and Google+. Are algorithms important to the distribution of the social mesage? Can Google+ conquer this? Everyone’s first MySpace friend breaks it down in this post.
Can We Ever Digitally Organize Our Friends? is a post by Kevin Null that takes a deep dive into Google Circles. He analyzes the positive and negatives of the Google’s Circles and if this will help to effectively solve our organizing dilemma.
Google+ And Search
Why Can’t You Search Google+ On Google+ from TechCrunch asks why you aren’t allowed to actually search for public posts. A workaround exists to find public posts, but Alexia Tsotsis points out how counter-intuitive this is coming from a search company.
Google+ Posts Showing Up In SERPs from State of Search covers the addition of Google+ posts in the search results pages. Google+ shares are not only ranking, but also showing who shared what content.
Popular Google+ Content
Most Popular Posts On Google+ is a service by Socialstatistics.com that shows the top shared and +1′d content on Google+. Want to make sure that your content is included? Then add your article with the “Submit a post” form at the top.
G+ Ain’t Stealing Your Stuff is a cartoon by Ryan Estrada that breaks down user’s rights on Google+. Some of the information is interpretative, but the image does a great job putting all the information in one location.