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Google+ hasn’t exactly set the world alight. It’s done OK, building a sizable userbase thanks to Google’s insistence we all have a Google+ account OK, Google: We Get It. Just Go Ahead And Add Google+ To Everything. [Opinion] OK, Google: We Get It. Just Go Ahead And Add Google+ To Everything. [Opinion] Don't worry Google, I think you can get everyone onto your network in just a few months if you really push. Here are my suggestions. Read More – whether we want one or not. But it’s hardly Facebook or Twitter in terms of engagement.

Which leads us to ponder whether anyone actually cares about Google+ and its ultimate fate. We suspect no one does, and that assumption, and the arguments for and against it, form the basis for this week’s We Ask You discussion.

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We want to know, Do You Care What Happens To Google+?

The future of Google+ is currently in doubt The Future Of Google+, FB Newswire, Next-Gen Minecraft, Oculus Prank [Tech News Digest] The Future Of Google+, FB Newswire, Next-Gen Minecraft, Oculus Prank [Tech News Digest] Google+ may be dead, FCC talks net neutrality, Facebook launches FB Newswire, Lyft expands into new markets, mobile addiction grows, next-gen Minecraft allows save transfers, and the true potential of Oculus Rift is revealed. Read More . The man behind Google’s social network, Vic Gundotra, has left the company for as-yet-unspecified pastures new. And while he has been replaced, by Vice President of Engineering David Besbris, this is being regarded as a sign that all is not well at the Google+ division.

It’s extremely difficult to know how well Google+ is doing. The way Google has integrated its social networking effort into other services – most notably forcing Google+ on all YouTube users YouTube's Comments Section Now Cleaned Up, Courtesy Of Google+ YouTube's Comments Section Now Cleaned Up, Courtesy Of Google+ Google has cleaned up YouTube with a new Google+ powered commenting system. You'll now see the most upvoted comments, the ones from people in your Google+ circles, and from the owner of the video. Read More , which caused much controversy – means it’s used rather extensively, but not necessarily always out of choice.

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We want to hear your views on Google+. This is your opportunity to tell us whether you like or dislike the social network, whether or not you use it, what you use it for, and whether that use is decided by you or by Google’s devilish dictat.

The ultimate question is that shown in the title. Do you care what happens to Google+? Be honest, if it disappeared tomorrow would you be shocked and/or saddened like those affected by Google suddenly killing Google Reader Google Reader's End Is Nigh: Prepare With These Alternative RSS Readers Google Reader's End Is Nigh: Prepare With These Alternative RSS Readers Google Reader is dead. By July the Internet's premier RSS service is shutting down forever, leaving users to find a replacement on their own. If you're looking for an equivalent to Google these are just... Read More ? Or would you simply shrug your shoulders and go back to using Facebook.

All opinions are welcome, and all opinions are valid. The most thoughtful comments will be in with a chance of winning a geeky T-shirt, as detailed below.

Have Your Say

All comments will be read and most will be replied to, before a follow-up post is published containing the We Ask You ResultsOne reader will even win Comment Of The Weekwhich will be included in the follow-up post!

We Ask You is a column dedicated to learning the opinions of MakeUseOf readers. This column is nothing without you, as MakeUseOf is nothing without you.

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