Saying goodbye to Google+
But, like MySpace and Facebook, it ultimately gets down to the main things that people are interested in, which I call *monkey chatter*. And that part of it doesn't interest me at all. I'm sure that the posts for *furrylittleanimalsinpartyhats* will become very popular, but it's not for me.
I will keep my Google+ page, of course, and I will continue to log in and use it, but not on a daily basis anymore. As a web designer, I am a big believer of the importance of having a good presence on Google because of their search engine.
But I'm looking for the next thing now. Hope to see you there.
Posted by Brad Hall