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5 Daily To-Dos On Google Plus

Google Plus truly is a social network. Without actively sharing and engaging with other users, the platform can oftentimes feel like a ghost town. 

Get engaged!

+Stephan Hovnanian is a great example of a user who has actively engaged and successfully built a notable following on Google Plus. In his latest post on +MarketingProfs, Stephan shares his 5 daily to-dos including:

> Share a post of your own.
> Comment on five posts.
> Share two posts from other people.
> Respond to notifications and brand +mentions.
> Network and discover.

By following Stephan's recipe for success, you're bound to meet and connect with other users that share similar interests and start growing your own network on Google Plus.

#googleplustips  

h/t +Mack Web Solutions 


Read the full post here: http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2013/12330/a-five-item-to-do-list-to-get-started-on-your-google-plus-page#ixzz2obCPwyrA 
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Thorium Core is about taking the ReactOS operating system from the proof-of-concept and engineering stages to building a fast and lightweight solution that can be tailored to suit the computing needs of both private and commercial users.
Thorium Core will allow you to configure an optimized, virtualized or embedded system tailored to run Windows-compatible applications using fewer resources than a modern version of Windows would require, without the licensing costs and complexity associated with Microsoft products and giving the user the Freedom that comes with Open Source software.

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C'est notre anniversaire ! Le premier numéro du Monde est daté du 19 décembre 1944. Voici la Une d'il y a 69 ans :
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