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October 8, 2013
Jim Tobin How Google+ Affects YouTube, and Fake Yelp Reviews
By Jim Tobin
Google+ for YouTube and Google Validates #Hashtags

When Google people explained to me that Google+ wasn’t originally built as a social network but as a unification of Google products, the lightbulb went on for me. Their next step in their process took place this week when YouTube’s new commenting policy was announced. To leave a comment on YouTube later this year, you’ll need to use your G+ profile. This makes G+ more relevant. Also this week, Google ignored Jimmy Fallon’s hashtag jokes and rolled out the ability to search for hashtags on Google. Results initially show results only from (you guessed it) Google+, but users can click a button to get results from either Twitter or Facebook. Take a look at our more in-depth analysis in this week’s Social Conversation.

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