It was almost intuitive.
At least for those of us who make our lives on the internet - both the personal and professional parts.
Sure, I joined Google+, just like I had joined Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Now and then clients would demand I repurpose content on Google+.
But soon enough I just ignored it.
Google confirms that things were that bad on Google+. As TechCrunch reports, there weren't many users. And when 90% of users who did exist did click in, they stayed less than 5 seconds. Developers took no interest in creating apps.
Google finally made the decision to put Google+ out of its misery. This ending is probably too insignificant for any comics to Google+ jokes. And those hyper hustlers in social media marketing for law firms likely won't even notice that the network is no more. The odds are they haven't included in proposals for years.
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