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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