Dear Google+, It’s not you it’s me.
I’ve been meaning to talk to you about this for weeks but I’ve held out hope things would get better. We can’t keep going like this… I can’t keep making excuses.
Yes you’re beautiful and wonderful and your future is filled with promise but now just isn’t a good time for me.
You are more amazing than I hoped but the fact is:
- A) Everyone is on Facebook
- B) Twitter offers me mobility and simplicity.
I don’t have the time or energy to manage another set of lists, replies, notifications, and connections. I’m maxed out. I’m sorry.
You’re going to be amazing and I’ll probably be crawling back to you in coming years but I just need some time. Ok?
Am I Alone?
- Are you still active on Google+?
- Have you reduced your activity elsewhere to make room for it?
I love competition and Google+ will continue to be a game changer but for this early adopter and social median I’m bowing out… for now.
(Dan Reimond hit his own “Enough is Enough” wall and went so far as to call Google+ a “ghost town”. )