Google has a card up its sleeve and it is willing to play it right. The mobile devices it features its contents on will be undergoing fundamental changes. The advice regarding content has been followed and the world has changed thanks to this decision.
Google+ Sign-In is the new answer to Facebook’s Login template. A number of interesting text-based content will be given access to on this focal point. Reliable news and articles written with flair are available among the nitty-gritty stuff. Such companions as: Business Insider, eHow, Forbes, Glamour, Huffington Post, KLM, Mashable, NPR, Polygon, SkillPages, Slacker, SoundCloud, The Guardian, The World, TravelZoo and Trovit have taken their respective places in the pantheon of textual treasure houses.
The content recommendation engine, launched by the Google+ platform, which is a sublet of Google itself, will appear on the bottom of the web page in the form of a series of widgets. The rich and famous empire known as Forbes has become a co-partner with Google to power this software.
In the words of Seth Sternberg, Google’s Product Manager, the main target was to create an awesomely seamless experience to find more content on the mobile web. Google has been called the biggest search engine in the entire world. It is an enterprise that prides itself on its open system in the capacity of a loose-and-lenient organization. The recent addition of Sundar Pichai as the big boss at Google has reshuffled the priorities that have so far been highlighted. A more balanced approach is in the making.
With the passage of time Google is expanding its empire from the Android platform to the Google+ feature. Known for its colorful logo as well as the colorfully creative structure of its working environment, Google will make progress and rise through the ranks of future contenders. But for this to be possible it will also have to control some of the chaotic fallout of creativity that flies off at tangents.
While Japanese firms are known for their discipline and paternalism, American multinationals have a tendency of thriving on chaos. Google+ is headed in a free and fresh direction. It will have to learn to travel very carefully through the shoals that it encounters along the way. Time as always is of the essence. And that is especially so in this great game of public service through technological innovation.