Saturday, July 2, 2011

Google Plus invite like a “diamond,” proves Facebook and Skype hate growing?

Google Plus, diamond, Facebook, Skype
Google now facing “overcapacity,” halted more Google+ invites.

Looks like Google+ is quickly becoming one of the hottest properties of the search engine giant.

According to a recent post by Google’s Senior Vice-President of Social Vic Gundotra, the company is currently facing an “insane demand” of customers wanting to have their very own Google Plus account. Apparently, early adopters of Google+ reveal that the new Google service is a powerful piece of art, but getting some lagginess, maybe due to the exceeded capacity.

Google Plus website is also updated, now showing a notification that the service “temporarily exceeded” the capacity, and suggesting users to “please try again soon.” So, Google underestimated the number of early adopters? Looks like a lot of social networking fans are wanting a new ecosystem outside the blue barn.. Facebook.

Some early adopters also revealed that the user interface of the Google Plus social networking site “looks good,” and resembles Facebook’s interface. According to Business Insider’s Matt Rosoff, Google Plus user interface “looks exactly like Facebook,” and even all-capping the word EXACTLY.

Another evidence that Google Plus is gaining momentum is the eBay entry selling a Google+ invite. According to TechCrunch, Google+ invites are being sold for up to $75. That’s almost a $100 for a service that looks like Facebook, LOL.


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