Discover Google’s Ridiculous Plan to Force you into Joining Google+

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For those of you who felt you can run forever from Google+, well, I have got some bad news for you: Google is going to blackmail you.  

After investing so much in Google+, Google thinks it’s the right time for you to get rid of Facebook, delete your Tumblr page and stop complaining. I’m sorry, if you think you really have an option: This hilarious video has revealed Google’s new strategy to force you into joining Google+.
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It’s incredible and equally awkward to imagine the impact this could have on your life. How well do you enjoy people keeping tracks on your searches – Like your employer knowing that you looked up “How to implicate my boss?” twice, before reporting to duty 1 hour earlier than usual?

Like a popular adage goes “You can’t beat them? Join them”, you really don’t have an option. To remain on the safer side, you need to bite the bullet, and sign up. 

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