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Google+ Introduces Open Signups

Sep 20, 2011 / by Robyn Storms

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It was only a matter of time but in less than 90 days Google+ has gone from being invite-only to available to everyone! The announcement made today on the Google blog also includes announcements for expanded Hangout features and search options.

In nearly 3 months, the Google+ project has seen 91 different improvements, which according to Google’s Vic Gundotra is a result of user feedback. “For the past 12 weeks we’ve been in field trial, and during that time we’ve listened and learned a great deal,” wrote Gundotra.

The changes, which include Hangouts on your phone and live broadcasts for Hangouts, brings the total number of improvements to Google+ to 100 and will roll out over the next day. But they are not stopping there. Get a sneak peak of what’s next for Google+. And if there's something you missed, previous updates can be found here.

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Robyn Storms

Written by Robyn Storms

Robyn earned a degree in Public Relations from the University of Utah in 2004, and has since worked in various areas of marketing, media buying and public relations. Prior to working at SEO.com, Robyn worked at Axis41 in the Web marketing department handling all aspects of SEO and Internet marketing. She and her husband, Matt live in Sandy with their daughter, Harley and their dog, Kingston.

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