with the departure of the top man at Google + many are asking So the question is has Google+ lost its ay as well ass its head.
It looks like G+ may not be on the drawing board to play a vital social role as it ws once hoped. With the departure of its top man, many are questioning its real role.
Danny Sullivan, founding editor of Search Engine Land. thinks its not on the map and going underground:
“Google+ is nowhere near being a competitor to Facebook," But it is important that they have managed to build a common identity platform that Google can use across its properties," he said. "Google has always been a collection of [services] and G+ has become this glue that binds them all together."