Why do you love Google+?

This is a question I asked the community and here are just a few of their responses!
There are some great views here and I thank everyone for contributing to this exercise in celebration of Google+’s 3rd anniversary.

Abba Studios
Abba Studios

Adelheid Hornlein
Adelheid Hornlein

Alan Stainer
Alan Stainer

Alexandra Riecke-Gonzales
Alexandra Riecke-Gonzales

Allison Cutler
Allison Cutler

Anfernee Tan
AnferneeTan

Audrey Christie
Audrey Christie

Beth Leatherman Harwell
Beth Leatherman Harwell

Bettie Page
Bettie Page

Candace Pflum
Candace Pflum

Carrie-Anne Foster
Carrie-Anne Foster

Danny Hordiyevych
Danny Hordiyevych

Dave Auten
Dave Auten

Dirk Schmitz
Dirk Schmitz

Георги Георгиев
George

Heidi Bouman
Heidi Bouman

Iblis Bane
Iblis Bane

Ivar Choi Espedalen
Ivar Choi Espedalen

Jason Frasca
Jason Frasca

Joanna Campbell Griffin
Joanna Campbell Griffin

Kath Dawson
Kath Dawson

Leni Spooner
Leni Spooner

Lisa Heffernan
Lisa Heffernan

Louisa Chan
Louisa Chan

Luca Lancieri
Luca Lancieri

Lucas Appelmann
Lucas Appelmann

Mary Fletcher
Mary Fletcher

Michael Chase
Michael Chase

Mick Sharpe
Mick Sharpe

Monika Schmidt
Monika Schmidt

Nick Rink
Nick Rink

Pepper Oldziey
Pepper Oldziey

Rajesh Naryanan
Rajesh Naryanan

Raphi See
Raphi See

Rebecca Ward
Rebecca Ward

Ronnie Bincer
Ronni Bincer

Sasch Mayer
Sasch Mayer

Scott Guthrie
Scott Guthrie

Sherrill Duce
Sherrill Duce

Theodor Constantin Buna
Theodor Constantin Buna

Wayne Brett
Wayne Brett

Will Humphries
Will Humphries

Yoshi Takeda
Yoshi Takeda

Having spent the past couple of years living on Google+, I’ve noticed myself responding when certain things do and don’t happen. As such, here is a blog post with a collection of ‘Whys’.
I thought it would be fun to see what could happen in Google Search too.

Starting with…

“Why didn’t you click my comment?”

This is something I am guessing many people may well relate.
When you comment on someone’s thread you are trying to get their attention; and when they don’t give it to you, you may wonder ‘why’. “What is wrong with my comment?” “Wasn’t it funny enough?” “Why didn’t you just click it?” “Why? Why?!”
And there we have it. It is all about acknowledgement. And sure, we would probably rather a reply to the comment, but a plus would have done nicely.
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been on Google+, these things still matter to you when they matter to you.
Check out this quick clip on ‘Why’ and the how it came about.

Then Joshua extracted this section ‘click the button’:

I will keep building this post in waves of ‘why’ as myself and the community members are experimenting with whether the why can appear high in Google Search! More soon…