Travis Wright says, “Google+ is unofficially officially dead. Now, what?

Google’s Bradley Horowitz announced on Google+ last month that the platform will be split into two new services: Streams and Photos. “Photos” are self-explanatory, and “Streams” are going to cover just about everything else.

If you’re fond of Google Hangouts, don’t worry — the video/messaging service survived the fallout as a separate offering. However, Hangouts is just about the only part of Google+ that has a clear future.

It seems to be full-on transition mode for Google, with Google+ seemingly “still there” (at least in name) for now. That’s probably why a lot of people haven’t realized one of the leading social media platforms in the U.S. is essentially gone”.

What The Unofficial Death Of Google+ Means For Marketing

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