Vic Gundotra

Vivek "Vic" Gundotra (born June 14, 1968 in India) is an India-born businessperson, who served as the Senior Vice President, Social for Google until 24th April, 2014. Prior to joining Google, he was a general manager at Microsoft.
Posts about Vic Gundotra
  • 10 Key Factors That Will Determine the Future of Google+

    … has apparently been reshuffling the teams that used to form the core of Google+, a group numbering between 1,000 and 1,200 employees. We hear that there is a new building on campus, so many of those people are getting moved physically, as well — not necessarily due to Gundotra’s departure. As part of these staff changes, the Google Hangouts team…

    Eric Enge/ Copybloggerin Social Google- 21 readers -
  • Review of Search Predictions 2014 and Search in 2015

    … year. Erin Everhart wrote a great post summarizing the major changes that took place last year. There were some surprises, such as Matt Cutt’s taking some time out in July. We also saw Vic Gundotra left Google which led to people to think Google was not as serious about its Google+ product before. However, we also saw some predictions come true and this means there will be further developments in 2015. What do you think will happen for search this year? Let us know in the comments box below. Post from Jo Turnbull …

    Jo Turnbull/ State of Digitalin SEO- 33 readers -
  • Google Plus Marketing Case Study Teaser

    This post is a 'teaser' for a full report on the visitor levels for PYB related content, as we want to show you want can be achieved using content marketing and Google+ As you will see from the information below, this single blog post has had over 250,000 visitors in less than 15 months. With an average time on the page of over 5 minutes, we can safely say that myself and PYB ...

    Martin Shervington/ Plus Your Business- 9 readers -
  • Google+ Says It’s Thriving But Refuses To Give User Figures

    … monthly active users, 300 million in the Google+ stream during a special Google+ event last October, the company has gone quiet. That informational vacuum has been filled by chatter about the decline and possible fall of Google+ as a viable Google product, speculation that gained momentum in April when Google+ founding father Vic Gundotra abruptly…

    Martin Beck/ Marketing Landin Social Google- 14 readers -
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