Google is planning to introduce the verified account system, which verifies the credibility of the accounts of celebrities and famous people, to attract more users to Google+. A report in CNN said that this new system will be launched soon to attract more Hollywood stars to the new platform.
Google is also aiming to attract fans of these celebrities to their Facebook-Killer, Google+ and there by more business opportunities. Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher have more than 10 million followers in Twitter.
With the so called "celebrity acquisition plan" Google wants more popularity and business for its social site. Media reported that Google is busy in creating the verified account system, which is already available in Twitter. California-based company also aims that this feature will attract more celebrities as they can easily overcome the information and posts out through fake accounts and can easily connect with their friends. Similarly, fans can trust the accounts they are following.
Meanwhile, in an email sent to CNN, Google spokeswoman said that they "aren't yet sharing any details on future plans around Google+" and the company has "plan to add a lot of features and functionality to Google+ over time."