When people are going understand g+ is not facebook. 
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Strangers in the night - On Google+

Some people seem to be a bit uncomfortable when strangers are adding them into their circles and ‘sharing the content’. So these newcomers have been blocking each and every one they don’t know.

Why are you in Google+?
For your friends and family, or for exciting forays into the world of unknown and perhaps even very interesting Plussers?

Remember, these singular people can only see your public posts. If you don’t have any, then the wider public will not know if you are posting at all or just to your own circles. This might hinder others you’d like to connect with, as no posts often means an inactive Google Plusser and who’d like to circle one of those? I know, just look at Mark Zuckerberg. Silly, how many people have circled him, isn’t it? Have you? He never posts anything.

- Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence. – George Washington

But why me, you may ask, "I didn't do anything worth circling"? Well, it could have been your comment in somebody else’s post that triggered the circle action. I think it’s kind of nice that the spontaneous circling ensues, it usually means you have something to give.

It happened to me; I’ve never been limited to a niche or small area of knowledge, but embrace all things interesting and post likewise. 
(The question is, however, interesting to whom? Hopefully to those people who have circled me!)

If you start to think too much about what to share, it only leads to confusion and uncertainty.  Just be yourself and share the things you enjoy.

- I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everyone. - Bill Cosby

Share in public and be proud of it

Too many people underestimate their contribution to G+. 
Even if you don’t share the same interests with those who have circled you, why should you mind if others want to see what you have to say or rather, post? It is well possible that those strange people adding you are new to Google+ and haven’t found their feet yet, so to speak, in the way of producing content that they may be posting in the future.

Perhaps this is why you don’t find common ground in their profile or posts, right now. I’d advice to give them some time: Place them in a ‘Let’s see about this’ circle and just check that circle's stream every now and then, you might be pleasantly surprised. 
But to block them totally from seeing your content, that’s a bit too drastic or facebookian, don’t you think? 

Be Brave and Circle! :-)

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