I think you still may need to have one friend invite you into the system so that you can then begin your Google Plus experience. If you already have an account then start making circles of people you like to communicate with, invite them to your circles and get the conversations started.
by Abbyfitz 5 years ago
Hello,I have tried several times to put the google plus into my settings so it sets authorship. I've followed the instructions that several hubbers have written in hubs, and I've still been unsuccessful. Can someone post a Google Plus Authorship for dummies please? lol
by whoisbid 6 years ago
Facebook and Google Plus are not social to me at all. What about you?I get depressed and stressed every time I look at my facebook page or Google Plus account. I can't find the will to contribute any further because I find both of them to be so plastic and fake. I don't even know why they should be...
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
If you are on Google+ I want to add so that I can see your post and share them with the world.https://plus.google.com/107756453728285121277/posts
by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
There don't seem to be many active hubbers on Google Plus. A few tips:1. Post to public for the most interaction, if you don't have many followers. 2. The tip to getting followers is two fold. First, add other (active) people. Find people who share the same interests, by typing "[Topic]...
by Garrett Mickley 7 years ago
Have you guys heard about this? I'll post two links, one to the official Google blog and one to Matt Cutt's blog:http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/ … world.htmlhttp://www.mattcutts.com/blog/search-plus-your-world/Personally, I think it's going to be great for the user, and sucks...
by whoisbid 7 years ago
Do you think that Google Plus will succeed and convert most teenage facebook users ?Teenagers are the future. I am reading blogs telling me that the future for google plus is bright but I don't know a single human being personally who uses it but almost every teenage person I know has a facebook...
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