Is anyone else "share-flinchy?" Seeing that FB joke a million times today made me less interested in sharing.
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- My question is, and I'm guilty of this, if you pretty much have similar engaged user graphs from network to network, what's the deal with all the cross posting? It's a little different, but along the principal yeah?Jul 7, 2011
- I already found that a tad annoying with Twitter, but one RT is only a line or two. Now screen-filling pictures can get shared over and over.
I guess circles will help, eventually. I have my feet in a particular part of online life, and could find stuff there to share with friends and family. Not many of those are on G+ yet, though. :)
Still, I hope this doesn't become an echo chamber.Jul 7, 2011
- I feel that a new Google+ etiquette will evolve over time as we are used to applying the conventions we have in other places. For instance I have been applying Twitter etiquette by adding a 'via' acknowledging where I saw the link but after reading the comment fromI can see that isn't necessary.
I like her idea of being a bit more discerning and looking at a post to see who has shared before adding to the stream again and just commenting. Sounds like a good thought to be able to add a comment to your own stream, that would be a lot tidier than seeing the whole post repeatedly and would still enable anyone who hadn't seen the post to pay a visit by way of the link.Jul 7, 2011
- The jury is still out. There isn't a big enough user base and I'm not seeing too much repeated sharing outside of Google+ tips. I'm sure they will die off in time though.Jul 7, 2011
- agreedJul 7, 2011
- Thanks Tony. ;-)Jul 7, 2011