I agree with Jeremiah that Google does have a public perception issue going on with Google+.

Remember that smart kid who sat in the front of the class, but was ignored by the cool kids? That’s a good metaphor for what Google+ is going through. – Jeremiah Owyang

I’m not so sure that Google is the smartest kid in class but it sure does seem that Google+ was written for programmers by programmers. Google has tied search engine credit so tightly with article sharing on Google+ that surely the amount of linked information will drive off the casual social media socialites.

What do you think? Is Google+ on the right track? What would you request that Google improve if you could bend their ear for a few minutes?

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