Update: just as we point out Google France, Scoble admitted (see comments) that the statements attributed to Horowitz had been misquoted. At this stage, the search engine reiterated having no plans agreed on the integration of advertising in Google+, which ranks as the avenues explored with no announcement has to be relayed at the moment.
It invites to stick, for now, in the following statement from one of his spokesman: “Google+ aims to improve your overall Google experience by infusing your person there, your interests, and your relationships. We believe an experience if Google improves, users seek more, share more, and spend more time on Google sites, which will increase our existing monetization. We are not proposing to date advertising on Google+, but we continue to explore new ways for companies to create engagement with the platform users. ”
First Published June 19, 6:10 p.m.
Edited on 11/07/2012 at 16:28