Here’s another problem with Google Plus. It’s a platform for posting, not reading.
You can add people to your circles. For instance, someone requested that he wanted to be in my circles for: books, comics, food, Kindle, libraries, nature, photography, video games and weather. I added him to those circles.
However, this person doesn’t always post about these topics. So when I go to my comics circle, it shows his pictures of cats, iphones, world news.
Google Plus helps me push my content to people who are interested in particular topics. But Google Plus does not help me to read about specific content. People should be forced on Google Plus to post their content into one category. Much like how Pinterest works. Then Google Plus will become a platform for reading.