As the Google+ was launched the popularity was just easy because it was just only a form of invitation. Media sharing is what the FaceBook is promoting. This is also the purpose why Google launched the Plus Project. The Media sharing is going smooth from the start. However Google haven’t tried yet because they don’t know how popular it would become on the Plus Project. Because it was now proved that media sharing is popular in Google+ there are now plans to improve the users experience. Google is too sensitive to the information they want to improve, being mysterious will help Google confusing their competitors. If they give such information they will be easy to pin down on where area Google’s going to improve.
The Media sharing covers sharing of posts, sharing of images and videos. But where is the end of this media sharing of Google+? Does Google final destination is to monetization? The possibility is only little but it is still possible. It is a small possibility that Google will start partnerships with other news services which would lead to monetization in the future. It makes sense even it is a 1 percent possible. However Google says it is not important whether it is for monetization or for media sharing per se, what is important there’s a final destination.
The Company has enough more money to sustain the Plus Project. Google offers service and not money making. This is the habit that Google is boasting for. Google says if there are money involves in our service then it is inevitable. Although Google does not expect that the revenues are coming in from all over the country, Adwords and AdSense are the example.
FaceBook and The Google Plus Project tried not to monetize their social network. Their basis of unity is to offer service to the users and not to monetize them. But it is all about money and of course this must be the place that Google Plus is putting off the seen as a money maker. Google+ and FaceBook and other social networking are all the same but what makes differ is that how many users are subscribed in a particular social network.