Google’s eightieth blog

In Blogging on Blogging on February 24, 2009 by Danielle Tagged: , , , ,

According to Dean Giustini, Google’s new social media blog is its eightieth.  The Social Web blog will be devoted to writing about Google Friends Connect as well as “community” efforts like OpenSocial.  It only has 2 posts so far, but I am looking forward to all the forthcoming stuff.

GFC aims to grow your internet traffic by allowing webizens to log into their email accounts and gain identities, on your blog.  Hey, and it even talks to wordpress (for a demo video go here).  This is obviously worth a try, but I personally tend to shy away from signing up for too many things.  Okay, it helps that it piggybacks on your email password.  The question is, how many people will be bothered?


One Response to “Google’s eightieth blog”

  1. Interesting..

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