Barack Obama Joins Google+

After being an active user on Twitter and Facebook, the President of United States of America, Barack Obama has joined the nascent social network, Google+. He is perhaps the most advanced President when it comes to technology. His social network understanding is often attributed with pushing his first presidential campaign. In June, he held Town Hall with Twitter while one such at Facebook as well back in April.

He has established a Page on Google+ where everyone can interact with him and his team. His account has recently been verified by Google, so there is no doubt of fakery left in it. The first Presidential post reads, “Welcome to the Obama 2012 Google+ page. We’re still kicking the tires and figuring this out, so let us know what you’d like to see here and your ideas for how we can use this space to help you stay connected to the campaign.”

One may think that why he took so long to be a member of the service. The answer is very simple as Google recently launched its Pages service that enables brands and public features have a presence on the network without being linked to their personal Google account.

As I have said earlier that Obama is happened to be most tech savvy President, who has recently signed legislature with an autopen and hoarding million of followers on Twitter.

The presence of President Obama on Google+ would be interesting, keeping in mind the Google+ feature of broadcasting Hangouts, which can be the perfect place to communicate with taxpayers and particularly voters during the forthcoming US Presidential election.

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