Google+ gives you the opportunity to sort your contacts by interests, topics or whatever you would like. You can create as many circles as you’d like and put people in multiple circles. As you continue to use the social network, you might find yourself following thousands of interesting and unique people from around the world. But, how do you keep yourself from missing out on the posts from the 10 or 20 users you really want to follow?
Thanks to Google’s circle “volume” controls, for a long time you were able to control the prevalence of posts from particular circles within your stream. However, now with the added “Notification” setting, you can get a notification every time someone in a particular circle posts something. Continue reading Get Notified When People Post on Google+
Using any image on your hard drive, you can instantly create a meme by adding your own text. There’s no need to use photo editing software or a third party website. You can do all of the work, effortlessly, right here on Google+!
Face it, no one likes boring funny images without a witty caption. Spice up your original photos by making your followers laugh! Now start getting creative! Who knows, maybe your next meme will top the What’s Hot list!
Using nothing but Google Docs’ Presenter, Google’s stock images and a Google+ Hangout, presentation expert +Harold Carey Jr. was able to teach me how to create a very simple and effective presentation.
No more sliding text or sound effects, just a header, image and…well, I’d tell you the rest, but you can watch the video!
Step-by-step instructions for the “less geeky” ones in your life.
So maybe they still have a Hotmail account. Maybe they don’t watch +YouTube. Who knows, maybe they still search on +Yahoo!
No matter which way you slice it, there are probably some friends or family in your life that simplyaren’t that tech savvy. Maybe one of the big things keeping them from joining +Google+ is the simple fact that they don’t know how to join!
I’ve created a veryeasy to follow step-by-step video showing them exactly how to sign up for an account. If you want to get them on board, just simply e-mail them this video!
Over the last several months I have embraced Google+ as my social network. I have used it as an interactive platform, a soap box to stand on, a means of discovery and a playground that has introduced me to so many incredible ideas and new people. Have you had a similar experience?