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New options added to Google’s new social network Google+ suggest the search giant is looking for ways to further connect its users after it began allowing users to choose their employer or place of education from a dropdown within their profiles.
Steve Rubel pointed us to a video that shows the new features in operation, which you can view just by editing your Google+ profile. Under both the Employer and Education fields, users can cycle through a pre-populated list of companies or colleges and universities, an option that could soon group users by their affiliations but also provide companies and education establishments with a dedicated page of their own.
So you’re still not on Google+? Or maybe you’ve stuck your toe in the water but holding back to make sure G+ is the real thing.
Better get busy. Google’s already grown to 25 million plus users in only a few weeks, and they could be opening the floodgates to brands soon-Ford is already test-driving its business page. No one knows, but I believe with its financial muscle and market power Google+ will emerge as the leading social platform for business once it fully integrates is search and other tools (Gmail, Chrome, etc).
So you need to hedge your bets by getting involved in G+. But that doesn’t mean you need to throw all your eggs in this basket, or spend all your waking hours on G+. There are ways you can manage your time and use G+ selectively and strategically.
Below are seven examples of maximizing Google+ (efficiently), based on my last few weeks of working on the new platform...
There has been a lot of buzz about the "new" social network in town, Google+, and there has been even more articles, blog posts, Twitter talk and chatter about all the features, what it means to the social networking future space and how people are...
Google+ has certainly been on a role with the new additions as well as changes they have released just this week alone. Although many of the changes are small details, many of them are very important and have made the user interface easier to use. Here is a run down of all 8 changes the Google+ team has rolled out since Monday.
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