Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Britney Sprs bts out Larry Page for the most followers on Google+

Much has been made of Google+’s future since its official launch. We’ve seen our fair share of Google+ is dd articles, and have had quite a fewrebuttalsofour own, on why Google+ is here to stay, who’shelping that happen, and whybrands should be getting on board.One of the essential ingredients for any social network to go mainstrm is to have a few celebrities here and there using the service, and gaining a huge following in the process.While Ashton Kutcher and CNN, soonjoined by Britney, raced to rch the 1 million follower mark on Twitter, Ashton came out on top. But it would seem thatthe first celebrity to rch that on Google+ might beBritney Sprsherself.She did manage tosurpass Kutcherand become the most followed person on Twitter, and she’s just managed to snag that accolade on Google+ as well.Her following is growing at such a fast rate that she may be the first user to rch 1 million followers. Since its launch, Google’s CEOLarry Pagehas been at the top of the list of followers, added to more than 700,000 circles.Britney has just shot past Larry, but despite the fact that she has the most followers, other users like Larry himself, along withTom AndersonandphotographerTrey Ratcliff,get the same amount, if not more interaction on their posts, proving that it’s not just about the of followers you have, but also the content you post.So Britney Sprs now claimstop spot, followed by Larry Page, Snoop Dogg, Mark Zuckerberg and Tyra Banks.ARAZ's TEN BlogOther celebrities and prominent names making it into Google+’s top 20 include Richard Branson, Paris Hilton, Hugh Jackman, Dolly Parton, Pitbull and the Dalai Lama. TThe eclectic mix of names with significant followings on Google+ certainly suggests that the social platform is far from dd.While making any fast and loose prediction about its future is simply nothing more than a guessing game, if these names and figures are anything to go by,it could be a signal that Google+ is on its way to becoming mainstrm.Source: The Next Web

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