Vic Gundotra, Former Google+ Head, Shares Google+ Posts Dropping From Google Results

Jul 1, 2015 • 8:11 am | comments (11) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

As you may have heard already, Google removed the Google+ posts from the knowledge graph box in the Google Search results. Google said they removed it "in order to provide more consistency." Adding, "now Google+ posts will appear within the search results page, along with tweets and other publicly crawlable links."

Vic Gundotra, the former Senior Vice President of Social for Google, which means the head of Google+, shared this story on Google+ without comment. You can see this share on Google+. Also, what is interesting is that Brad Horowitz, who was also a head of Google+ but now head of Google Photos and Streams, +1ed it.

Here is a picture:

All signs of the failure and demise of Google+. Sure, let's add these to the list.

Forum discussion at Google+.

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