I’m not saying Robert Scoble is wrong, just petty. I hear that the things he wants Google+ to do are on the way. Should Google have added those features before rolling its pages out publicly? Possibly so. But that’s neither here nor there. Google has a habit of rolling out its products in waves and improving upon them over time. That’s just the way they do things. Right or wrong.
Whether you should rush out and get your own Google+ page right now is a decision you’ll have to make for your company. There are arguments for and against, but if you do, don’t complain about what business pages don’t have. Just enjoy it as it is and wait for developments or don’t use them.
If you want to help improve the product, there are ways to do that. You can send an e-mail to the developers of the product with a suggestion. But complaining about what the service doesn’t have and how you wish you’d never heard of them because it doesn’t do what you want it to do, that’s a waste of time.
I think Google+ business pages have a lot of potential. Right now, that’s all it is. Potential. Take it for what it is.