A New Learning Center Guide to Google+

With our series of Learning Center entries on social media, we have already offered advice for Hubbers who seek to make the most of Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, and our latest guide addresses a fourth popular social network: Google+.

Even if you do not have time (or motivation) to be an active participant on Google+ (so many social networks, so little time…), you can still reap major benefits from setting up a nice Google+ profile and connecting it with your HubPages account.

We cover tips on doing just that in The HubPages Guide to Google+, as well as:

  • Setting up a good profile
  • Claiming authorship of your Hubs
  • Proper use of +1’s
  • Utilizing circles
  • The importance of moderation
  • Tips on sharing
  • Interacting with others on Google+
  • HubPages on Google+

We hope you find it to be useful!

 

2 thoughts on “A New Learning Center Guide to Google+

  1. Thanks for the in-depth guide as it can be a bit daunting trying to learn again, and become familiar with another social network. But you are right that we should utilize this one and at least begging to set it up, ready to be used when we can find the time to focus on it some more.

    At least this way we can and at a more leisurely pace become more familiar as we go along. My guess is, as it is a part of Google anyway this should be around for long term, and so would be advisable to get to know this application and how it works.

  2. This is one thing that I like about Google+, it is integrated with all about the features of Google search engines and products unlike with Facebook, it is just a standalone social media site.

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