11 Things you dont know about Google+

From the time Google announced the release of G+, bloggers have gone haywire in writing their reviews about this new tool which also allows you to network socially among your family and friends. Few days back, it seems like Google has opened up its floodgates even more to accept more people into the “Circles” of G+. Once you get an invite to join and configure your profile on Google+, then what? How to optimize the tool to promote your business or maybe your website?

A new cheat sheet for Google+ is making its way around the web courtesy of Simon Laustsen. This handy guide uncovers some of the mechanics and shortcuts to help you successfully use Google+. I thought this would be great to share on my blog, so here goes:


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  1. I subscribed to get notification when Google+ opens to the public. I am already very curious. Would it only be for friend and family and non-commercial, it wo’t get as big as facebook. But Google will want to get bigger, so I guess they will have great ideas, as facebook had with it’s “pages” and the opportunity of ads.

    1. Christa – If you need an invite, let me know, I still have some left. Yes, I think Google will try every possible means to make it big.

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