Google Plus Tips Review

Aug 14th 2011 at 5:06 PM

Some marketers think that Google has had a lot of luck in their business. I tend to think that it is more probably the result of hard work on Google’s part . For instance , the new Sparks program allows you to input things you are interested in and then it will show web pages that have that content. Something similar to Stumbleupon. It seems to me that it will take a bit of working with the program to get it right, though.


Watching your incoming stream of those that are following you is a nice feature because it allows you to see what they are posting and you may want to follow them.


You can share your videos and pictures with office workers and friends by putting them in a circle. It will help you to share certain updates with certain people. It should help to organize too. Circles will also allow you to see only content you want to see. So that means that you can select which posts to look at. On other platforms there is no way to separate them.


Some platforms seem to be lacking in their privacy structure and they opt in users automatically. Changing these settings is sometimes difficult and hard to find. The approach Google Plus has is to make it easy to choose to make content public or not.


One of the features I like the best is the Hangout feature. Hangouts are a fairly new addition to social media  networking. It works like this, you start a hangout and up to 10 friends can drop by for a chat. It may become useful to politicians, although at this time, they may be getting a lot of negativity. Using the Google plus Social Media Platform may be good for customers service issues for companies , also.

Using the tool as a bookmarking platform for articles to read later or maybe create a circle to bookmark interesting pages.


Some of the Social Media Networking platforms out there feel that everyone is thrilled to share all their details with all of their so-called friends . I'm not in favor of this only because there are predators that will use your information for other things. With Google plus you control who see's what. This will allow you to keep information and interests separate.


This platform will also allow you another opportunity to start out fresh with Social Media Networking. Maybe you would like to leave some of your old friends behind. You can just not add them to your Google plus circles. In all likelihood , they will never realize they’ve been left out. And I' sure you will miss all of those game invites that other platforms have.


My response rate from the people I have invited to Google plus has been rather mediocre. I think it results from the feeling of , oh, another Social media thing?

So, I will keep up the work and report in another time on this.

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