Research | March 20, 2011

In the month since Google launched its highly-anticipated social network site, Google+, it has attracted a wide range of users who now use the site as part of their daily routine. As of yesterday, Buzzilla, the social media monitoring and research company, began crawling Google+, collecting the various postings made there by a wide range of people. This places Buzzilla in the lead among companies able to serve their clients by automatically identifying, extracting and analyzing the content produced by Google+ users.

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