Facebook is becoming a more important platform for people looking to share content, and that’s where Twitter can play a significant role.
The social media company just announced that it has launched a new program called Google+ which is aimed at helping people reach new audiences by leveraging the power of their social networks.
The program will offer a series of social media content creators a chance to build their own brand and network.
Google+ has already been around for years, but the new program is a big deal for the company.
While many people may not have a Twitter account, Google+ has been the most popular social media platform for years.
The Google+ program has been announced in conjunction with the launch of Google Home, a new speaker and media device that lets people create a virtual assistant to answer questions from their Google Home speakers.
Google Home also allows people to use Google Assistant to make calls, search and share content.
But now, Google says that users can build a Twitter profile and add followers, and Google+ users can also add content to their profile.
Twitter will now be able to add content directly to Google+ accounts, and users can post content that’s not part of the original tweet and receive a direct link to the original post.
It’s a welcome addition to Twitter’s existing social media strategy.
It’s not clear how many people will be able join the Google+ account, but there’s no indication that the company is offering any compensation to those who join.
Google+ is still in its early days, and there are still a lot of unknowns about how well it will work.