Thursday, 14 July 2011

Google Plus is now Accelerating On All Programs-Update on Business Profiles

Google, which had initially planned to test business partners on Google+ later this year but is moving more quickly with that program. A Google executive now says the company plans to announce a group of partners next week.

Christian Oestlien, group product manager at Google, wrote in a blog post Wednesday evening that the interest from “thousands upon thousands” of businesses “has got us very focused on accelerating our business plans.”

Blog Post: Click Here

According to Him
If you have not already, please be sure to submit your business for our test phase. You can apply to be a part of this test here: . We will be closing this form on Friday (July 15th) at 6pm PST. To the thousands upon thousands of businesses that applied to be a part: THANK YOU! We won't be able to accommodate everyone, but your interest has got us very focused on accelerating our development plans.

+Dennis Troper (product manager for business profiles), myself and the rest our team will focus next week on selecting a diverse set of business partners for the test period. We will be communicating with these partners next week, and will let the world know who they are soon thereafter. Please note that we are still actively closing profiles that are being used by businesses today. Stay engaged on Google+ with your personal account and continue to send us your excellent feedback. We'll continue to be very proactive in communicating with everyone around our plans for businesses.

Businesses interested in being considered for the test program have until Friday to get their applications in
here    here.[updated]


  1. Just signed up.. Hope I get picked

  2. How about all the Apps users you've left out to dry? How about focusing on real people instead of business profiles?

    It's getting ridiculous. Give us the option.

  3. I apologize for ranting, I got the link from the Google+ G+ profile and of course didn't notice the "unofficial".

    I am among thousands of very ticked off Google users that would rather have access before businesses.