Google+ Launches Communities: Should You Care?

Google Plus communities

Oh brother… Google+ has launched a new feature called “Communities” where people can get together and talk about the interests they share. If you think this sounds a whole lot like Facebook or LinkedIn Groups, you’d be right!

It never ceases to amaze me how Google+ is supposedly, “…just an upgrade to Google,” according to Google’s Vic Gundotra. And yet, it keeps introducing features that are similar to its social networking site competitors.

Should you care about Google+ Communities?

If you enjoy Google+ and want to spend more time connecting with people who share the same interests, then go right ahead, and search for a community to join, or start your own.  You can find out how to do just that by clicking this link:

On the other hand, if you spend more of your time on Facebook or LinkedIn, and are pretty active in groups there, I wouldn’t worry about rushing in.  I’m still not convinced that Google+ is worth my time, despite the potential benefits to search.

If you disagree, please share your comments below. I’d love to know why!