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How To Share GoogleReader Items On Google+

How To Share GoogleReader Items On Google+

There are two different ways to share items from your RSS subscriptions in GoogleReader with your circles in Google+. One allows you to share privately, the other is a public share. Neither is as straightforward as shares once were in GoogleReader. First, the public share, where “public” means that the shared item will show on your Google+ profile, +1 tab.. ["Your +1's appear here. +1 the things around the web you like, agree with, or want … Read entire article »

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Google Reader Integrated Into G+

Google Reader Integrated Into G+

The anticipated integration of Google Reader and Google+ launched on Halloween. No comment on the choice of roll-out. In addition to forcing customers to share through Google+, Google redesigned the user interface. Information density is reduced; the number of headlines I can scan on a page dropped from 25 to 16. The implications for government blockage demonstrate the law of unintended consequences. Google reader does not have a unique domain name, like other Google products. The URL … Read entire article »

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Best Practices For Creating Content

Best Practices For Creating Content

Before you begin filling up that empty text box, here are a few things to think about: 1. Give your post a headline. To do this, put an * before the first and after the last word. With no space. Like this:* bold text * ➜ bold text 2. If you think your post might be shared, plan to add a permalink. Google+ does not share the link of shared post, just a link to the author. After you post, you’ll … Read entire article »

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Google+ Tip : Sharing With Permalinks

Google+ Tip : Sharing With Permalinks

When you share a post, and you want to make sure that your readers have easy access to that post (so that they can read the comment stream, for example), you have to add a permalink. Google+ does not yet (will it ever?) provide a permalink to the shared post. Google only provides a link to the original author’s profile. The permalink to any post is the link associated with the timestamp. Right-click on the timestamp, then copy … Read entire article »

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Google+ Gets Klout

Google+ Gets Klout

On the day that Google+ opened up to public beta (invitations no longer required to set up an account), Klout announced integration with the new social service. Today we’re excited to announce Google+ is now integrated into Klout. As the fastest growing social media destination of all time, Google+ quickly became a highly requested feature. With it’s [sic] intuitive handling of privacy and sharing – bridging the public/private divide – it’s captured our attention from the … Read entire article »

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Google+ Tip: A Peek At Stats

Google+ Tip: A Peek At Stats

Wondering which of your Google+ posts has gotten the most traction? What your posting schedule looks like? What you share?Then copy your Google+ profile ID and go to an app built by +Gerwin Sturm - All my + – at https://www.foldedsoft.at/+/allmy+/ – paste your ID — and you’ll see data on your most recent 250 public posts (the API limit at the moment). Here’s mine (goes back to July 2): https://www.foldedsoft.at/+/allmy+/user/108740570618849247850 Paste that URL into http://www.tagxedo.com/app.html (click “Load”) and you may be able to … Read entire article »

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