Considering the raging debate over the true performance of Google+, you might have figured Google’s management would have carved out at least a couple of minutes to tout its social network during the company’s Q4 2012 conference call. Especially in the aftermath of Facebook’s recent debut of Graph Search.
And you would have been wrong.
Say no more. Literally.
They sadly didn’t talk about Gmail, Maps, Google Now, or any of their other services. Someone explain to me how Google+ is making money for Google that it should be included in an earnings call.