Google finally admits that Plus isn’t (and won’t ever be) a Facebook rival

It finally happened. It was a matter of time, really. And on Monday, it did happen – Google announced that it won’t keep forcing people to create or use a Google Plus account to access other Google services. Yes, YouTubers, your complaints have been heard.

Just like Google posted it on its official blog: “People have told us that accessing all of their Google stuff with one account makes life a whole lot easier. But we’ve also heard that it doesn’t make sense for your Google+ profile to be your identity in all the other Google products you use.” Additionally, the company has promised that it’ll make it easier for people to delete Google Plus profiles that were forced upon them.

Lis7o gearing up for upcoming L.A.’S Largest Mixer

Attention, L.A.! Lis7o is coming to the ultimate business networking event in Los Angeles County –  L.A.’S Largest Mixer! Come join us as we meet the chambers and business organizations of the area and check out hundreds of exhibitors from small companies to large corporations. And while you’re roaming around the expo, don’t forget to drop by Lis7o’s booth as we are preparing some amazing offers for you and your business!

Small Businesses That Rocked with Viral Videos (Examples)

When you have a small business and are struggling to get some attention, a creative use of the Internet can be essential. With a properly designed online marketing plan you can start to make some noise to finally get the customers you’re looking for. Of course, you’ll have to make something unique to catch the eye of the fast-browsing masses. You’ll certainly have to develop an interesting content marketing strategy that includes the most powerful tool in the web today: videos.