Google vice president: ‘Google Plus is not dead’

The company’s social platform isn’t over yet, according to its co-founder.

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Bradley Horowitz, Google’s vice president of Streams, Photos and Sharing, recently told Backchannel’s editor in chief Steven Levy: “No, Google Plus is not dead. In fact, it’s got more signs of life than it’s had in some time.”

The pronouncement stands in stark contrast to the plethora of articles about the social media platform’s demise: Business 2 Community reported, “Google+ is ending as we know it”; according to ReadWrite, the restructuring “looks like it’s the end of the social network as we know it”; and an Inc contributor asked, “Google+ is dying. What’s your exit strategy?”

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