Just Published - My EPIC Circles Tutorial.
5,000 Words. 29,000 Pixels long. Check it out:
Of course, if you don't feel like creating your own circle, you can simply share the traditional way: 1. Click the share button below and share. 2. Plus one this post. 3. Comment on this post. [Will add you to my upcoming engagers circle.]
Quick start steps for creating your own shared circle:
Create the new circle
1. In the circle below click ‘Add people.’ A popup will open where you can create a new circle.
2. Type a new name for your new circle, and click the button ‘Create [name of your circle] circle.’
You will now have a new circle with the 450 people from the circle I created. Google sends you to the circle page in your browser. From there you can share right away:
How to share your new circle
If you want to share the 450 people circle without adding more people:
1. From the circle page, click the ‘Share circle’ arrow in the round circle icon. A popup opens where you can share.
2. Check ‘Include yourself in shared circle.’
3. Add a comment.
4. Click ‘Share.’
If you want to add people to the circle before sharing:
Simply visit your circles or your stream and hover over the names from people you like to add and add them to your new circle like you always add people to circles: by checking the box with the circle name.
To share the circle after you've added your own people:
1. Place your cursor in the top left corner for the Google+ main menu. Click ‘People. ‘
2. Click ‘Your circles. ‘
3. Select the circle that you’d like to share.
4. Click the ‘Share circle’ arrow in the round circle icon. A popup opens where you can share.
5. Check ‘Include yourself in shared circle.’
6. Add a comment.’
7. Click ‘Share.’
Before you share a circle, you might want to get an idea who is actually in this circle!
What's NOT in this circle:
No spammers. No offensive content. No inactive people.
This circle is made of:
- Lots of people who are active posters, posting a variety of topics on g+.
- An even smaller [than last time] pinch of 'the usual suspects,' i.e. people active in circle sharing.
- People who have helped me to grow my following, i.e. who have RECENTLY included me in their shared circles. Including them here is a THANK YOU for their support!
AND SPECIAL SHOUTOUT for the amazing admins of our community BLOGGERS OF GOOGLE PLUS
You're in this circle, too!
#SharedCircles #CircleShare #CircleSharing
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