Shortly after Google+ premiered, forward-thinking companies began joining the new social network to try to wrap their heads around it.
And then they were booted, or voluntarily removed their profiles. The tech giant wanted people to interact before it land brands join the conversation.
Well, brands, it’s time to starting gabbing. Google+ unveiled its brand pages on Monday.
“This means we can now hang out live with the local bike shop, or discuss our wardrobe with a favorite clothing line, or follow a band on tour,” Vic Gundotra, Google’s senior vice president of social, said in a blog post.