While it may be a bit premature, especially considering a lot of people can’t even get on to it yet, Digg founder Kevin Rose has moved his main blog over to Google+. Specifically, if you visit KevinRose.com, it redirects you to his Google+ page. Quite a bold move.
His reasoning is quite simple:
G+ gives me more (real-time) feedback and engagement than my blog ever did.
His only compliant thus far is that he wishes that there was at least one level of nested comments, and I agree with that. With his posts getting hundreds of comments each, the threads are a bit chaotic. Some comment nesting would help to keep the conversation more organized and flowing better.
As Paul Allen asks, do you think Kevin is starting a trend with this? Throughout the year, do you expect more users to turn Google+ into their new blog home?