In his latest book, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, +Guy Kawasaki
recommends using Google+ as a platform for publishing ideas, similar to a blog. He writes: "If you don’t already blog or if you have a blog that few people read, we recommend making Google+ your blogging platform. It is much easier to generate traffic for a Google+ account than for a stand-alone blog because of the built-in sharing and liking features of the service."
Since the beginning of 2013, I have been posting one short post a day on my blog. Looking at the posts, I'm starting to think that Kawasaki might be on to something here. Google+ seems to be much closer to blogging compared to, for example, Facebook.
Does this fit the way you use Google+? If you use both Google+ and Facebook, have you noticed this kind of a difference between the two social networks?