Google Buzz after the buzz and before the release

By now, half the planet knows that yesterday evening Google has announced a new service, called Buzz. I wanted to cover it but unfortunately there are only 24 hours in a day and this blogger went to bed instead.

Enough personal stuff. Now that the buzz about Google Buzz is a bit over, time to take a look at it. What does Google Buzz do?

Basically, it allows you to follow the updates of the people that you ‘follow’ in your GMail account and respond to them. But there’s more.

Read more out of beta; “Better than Facebook – Better than Twitter”

If you want to get noticed by the media when you send out a press release, you should have a strong title. 

The company with the boldest statement and strongest title in a press release in 2010 is already known, if you ask me.

The prize goes to, a service that says hello to the world today (in fact, it’s not in beta anymore, officialy since today, in reality since yesterday) with a press release, titled “Better than Facebook – Better than Twitter – Introducing”.

You have to have a lot of nerve to claim this, know how to get the buzz or be very sure of your service (or a combination of these). At least, that’s what I thought at first.

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