Have you used Google+ yet?

I’ve been using Google+ for a while now. I like the format and usability much more than Facebook. Facebook is more for personal stuff while Google+ seems to be a lot less “noisy”.

We’ve also just recently set up a page for UltraFast Communications. It’s very much in its infancy. Much more to be done in the next few weeks. It’s here

https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/100208496279330595479/100208496279330595479/posts/p/pub

It seems everyone is going to need a Google+ page if they want to stay relevant in the search rankings. That’s a post for another day.

The reason for this post was that Dennis Labelle from Google has posted a whole lot of short video links that show you how to use Google+. I wish I’d had these when I first started using Google+

How to use Google+

1.?Google+: Set Up Your Profile
2.?Google+: Sharing
3.?Google+: There’s more to explore
4?Google+: About Circles
5.?Google+: Reading and Responding
6.?Google+: Broadcast Your Hangout To The World
7.?Google+: Getting Started With Hangouts On Air
8.?Google+ Events: Introducing a new way to get together
9.?Introducing Google+ Events
10.?Google+: Organize your photos
12.?Google+: See who a post is shared with
13.?Google+: Edit your Photos
14.?Google+: Manage the content in your stream
15.?Google+: Switching between your profile and page
16.?Google+: Search and trending topics
17.?Google+: Photo tagging
18.?Google+: Mention someone in a post
19.?Google+: +1 across the web
20.?Google+: Visibility of content
21.?Google+: Sharebox and Notifications
22.?Google+: Start a Hangout
23.?Google+: Find People You Know
24.?Google+: Customize Your Settings
25.?Google+ Events: Share event photos instantly with Party Mode
26.?Google+ Events: Make your invitations stand out
27.?Google+ Events: See everyone’s event photos in one place
28.?Google+ Events: Creating an event with Google+
29.?Google+: Share Photo Albums

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Small businesses urged to be vigilant as Queensland businesses attacked with ransom virus

These “ransom viruses” aren’t new but they have the potential to be devastating to any business. Make sure that every IT component in your business is locked down tight.

If you’re in ANY doubt, ask your IT people. UltraFast has all the latest tools and info if you need any help.

This is probably the only time you’ll see me post a message from the Police :-)

http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/blog/2012/09/20/small-businesses-urged-to-be-vigilant-as-queensland-businesses-attacked-with-ransom-virus/

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