Google+ Help’s 3 Hottest Questions of the WeekEngagement, Photos to albums, Larger images in posts
Hey everyone! Time for the latest Google+ Help Weekly Round-Up
where the top trending questions of the week are answered!
It’s been a busy week, with lots of interesting topics. The three I've chosen here are great, but there are lots more out there. I encourage everyone to look through the discussions in this community, there’s a lot of information out there.1)
Suppose you’re a blogger, and new to G+. What’s the best strategy to get traction and engagement? Public posts? Posts to Communities? Both? And if so, in what order? That’s what +Karie-Ann Cooper
wanted to know about, and +Alex Garcia
and +John Skeats
provided a wealth of advice, including tips about how not to appear spammy.
See the full post here: https://plus.google.com/+ArtbyKarieAnn/posts/KN74xJuNNot2) +Rj Cuaresma
asked how to upload photos directly to specific albums using his mobile. +Kamal Tailor
recommended using autobackup to upload the photos, and then move them to albums once they’ve been uploaded.
See the full post here: https://plus.google.com/101925350292265490851/posts/jHtFMjhhgke3) +Katt Mamma
was wondering how to share Blogger posts and consistently have a good looking photo in the result. +Peggy K
and +David Kutcher
both jumped in to help sort out what triggers the system to use larger images in posts. David did some subsequent research that I suspect resulted in this post from him https://plus.google.com/+DavidKutcher/posts/cYiabkXfwQY
See +Katt Mamma
's original post here: https://plus.google.com/108339146813785067387/posts/5zhmfr2Sdzf► Tip of the Week
Did you know you can submit feedback directly to Google? You may not get an individual reply or follow-up as a result, but the team will definitely look at it. This is extremely helpful, because they can’t fix what they don’t know about.
When you do give feedback, it needs to be more than just saying “this isn't working”. You need to give them enough information to describe the problem in detail so that they can understand and reproduce it.+Jaana Nyström
provides the basic guidelines in this post: https://plus.google.com/+JaanaNystr%C3%B6m/posts/biGd3w7gocn
Thanks everyone for all of your questions and insights this week, and special thanks to everyone who helped respond to these trending topics. Make sure to check back again next week when +Kim Beasley
will help highlight the best questions and answers on the community. #weeklyroundup #googleplusprotip #besthelpontheweb