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Everybody needs a “Who the hell?” circle in Google+…

…surely I can’t be the only one that has one!

You know the circle I mean, right? That special circle we create in our Google+ profile where we reserve a space for complete and utter strangers that won’t even so much as send you a post just to say “Hi” and give you a brief intro into who they are and why they follow you. AllGooglePlus guest blogger, Fernando Fonseca brought this up in one of his Google+ posts (which I can’t find right now so I haven’t linked to it…).

Okay, so you might not have one called  “Who the hell?” – it might be called “WTF“, or “Stream Spamming Mother F**kers” or even “Don’t ever click on this circle”

Tonight I decided to create my first “Who the hell?” circle and have started adding some Geeps (<—see what I did there?) in it which I a) have absolutely minus zero in common with me and b) who seem to just have circled me to boost their own “circumference” <—see what I did there again? Boom!

Go forth and create your “Who the hell?” circle while I have another sip of my Cabernet Sauvignon ;-)

#thatisall

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Twitter: Something is technically wrong!

We’re Google+ fans and the same goes for Twitter. We found this gem via Michael Lee Johnson on Google+. Like it? Share it!

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The biggest advantage of Google+

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Like vs Plus

The ultimate battle between Like vs Plus – who do you back? 

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Google+ Ain’t Stealing your Stuff by Ryan Estrada

Ryan Estrada has simplified the Google+ rights that you agree to when using the service in this handy infographic.

It’s pretty much Google+’s ToS in layman’s terms.

I wish all ToS policies followed this format…

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