Google plans to make a Facebook social style network and data collecting services has been failed due to which it will buy Twitter.
Google recently announced that its scaling focus is back to Google+. The social network spent hundreds of million dollars and lots of time trying to turn into a player of Facebook. Users will no longer be asked to signed in with their Google+ account when they are logout from You tube and other social properties and the other useful parts of the network like photos and hangouts.
A lengthy piece of Mashable describes an embarrassing detail a question to make Facebook —with a number of lessons crushing social service is a classic tale including Google’s inability to completely understand the power of Facebook’s effect.
The search company juts didn’t create a new social network because it wants to blunt the force of rising Facebook. All these factors really played a great role but focus on Google+ that it would allow Google to tap real time behavior data from users.
Since Google+ was launched social sharing has become the most important factor for traffic and advertising. That’s why Google decide to bury the hatchet and just cut the deal with Twitter. Twitter ultimately cut the Google off. Few months ago tweets are again flowing through Google’s search index and the company has highlighted those results in the One Box.
Other possible suitors for Twitter have been discussed over the years, together with Apple and Microsoft but Google has the largest for what Twitter can offer—and so it is likely to be the most extremely motivated bidder. And Twitter’s monetary woes may have given it just the chance it needs to make that case to the company’s board.