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Become ONE: Google+ profile and YouTube channel integration, MORE coming

Become ONE:  Google+ profile and YouTube channel integration, MORE coming | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

"Google announced another integration: your Google+ profile PLUS YouTube AND you can keep your channel name."


I've already done this.  It makes sense if you have the right set-up with your YouTube channels.  ~  Deb


Excerpt, from TNW:


  • You can still keep your channel name.
    
  • If you prefer to market your own personal brand, then Google is urging you to switch to the Google+ one.

   

  • If you don’t want a full name on your channel, in the coming weeks, Google+ page (as opposed to a profile) will have that as a new feature is coming “in the coming weeks.”
   

Also coming will be 

   

  • Advanced Google+ page management features that let up to 50 people manage a single Google+ page, or ...
    
  • A single person will be able to manage up to 50 Google+ pages, which will all supposedly nicely work with YouTube channels linked to Google+ pages.


Thanks to The Next Web, TNW.  Full article here.

   

Deb's YouTube integration here.


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Plusketeers = Google+ Monetization and Social Good

Plusketeers = Google+ Monetization and Social Good | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

Quote: "When you see this, you'll share it."  This is a solid example of social media to do good.  


Google+ and monetization are the infrastructures featured in the human stories.


Excerpt:

Two of the millions worldwide who are part of “The Culture that Crawls.” They are victims of landmines, poor nutrition, crocodile bites and agent orange. They are spat upon, looked down upon and all but forgotten.


What do these people who crawl have to do with monetizing Hangouts?


Fifteen years ago out of a one stall garage in Columbia, Missouri, a gentleman by the name of Mel West built a mobility device to navigate places where wheelchairs can’t go for instance in the mountains or the jungle.


All it took were three wheels, a few pieces of wood, a hand crank, and a chair. Today, it’s a called a P.E.T. cart or Personal Energy Transportation device. Initially, this device was intended to mobilize one man in Zaire, Africa.


Fifteen years later, with the help of volunteers, he's mobilized more than 30,000 people in 93 countries worldwide. Even though it was a tiny one-car garage, Mel used his platform for good.

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HANDY Infographic for Google+ Users: Text Formatting Made Easy

HANDY Infographic for Google+ Users:  Text Formatting Made Easy | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

How to make bold text, italics, strikethroughs in Google+ posts." 

   

From MT Weekly.  Easy!   Using Google+ as a choice?  More here about choosing Google+ for your posts:  

   

Excerpt:
   

There are two significant benefits of using Google+: 

   

  • First, social media in general is essential today to immerse yourself in industry knowledge and stay ahead of the curve on the latest trends in your field.  Google+ is a more organized, comprehensive tool than Twitter, and its more personalized than LinkedIn with more engaging features.
   
  • Second, when a potential employer Googles your name, your robust Google+ profile will show up. You can use it as a way to showcase your professional interests, personality, and industry savvy to stand out from the rest of the heard. Here's a quick job seeker's guide to using it:
      

It's a great addition to your social media belt. 

   
Source:  USNews Money

   

Personally, I find the use of Circles, robust and VERY smart.  Twitter lists?  Ahh, I have them and don't use them right  now.  ~  Deb

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