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PAY IT FORWARD v2. to replace v1
(follow directions below to ADD yourself)

1) ADD THIS CIRCLE TO YOUR G+ Circles
2) GO TO YOUR CIRCLES & ADD YOURSELF
3) ADD 1 DESERVING PERSON THAT YOU ADMIRE
4) SHARE YOUR NEW CIRCLE TO FRIENDS
Please copy and paste instructions into your Circle Description when sharing, including this sentence.
FOLLOW (directions) & PAY IT FORWARD, everybody gets in.
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In this Circle:
Add people
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James Thomas's profile photoRznag Rmrod's profile photoStuart Williams's profile photoMichael Lawson's profile photo
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I thought I did this twice today, but I think I forgot-#4.
 
Thanks +Benjamin F. Weaver , but this is the latest version with a better description of |
"what to do" in order to ADD yourself, many people are not getting it. It has to be shared in order for you to benefit. :o)
 
This circle splits in hundreds of variations and all circles end like a top 500 circle with some % people with less followers. I think this way it helps only the big ones to become more followers and of course the people you started the circle with and some people who slipped into.
Wouldn`t it be better if everyone would add persons with less than 2000 followers. Then this idea would really be a chance for more unknown people to become more followers. This way it only pushes the big ones and of course you.
 
Thanks for your comment, and I agree. The idea was to promote someone that needs a little push to be seen. Like you mentioned, under 2000 would have been a good number.
In some of the larger circles I saw around last night, I was not happy with what had evolved from a heartfelt concept, to a circle with all the top players in it. Actually, many variations with all types of people, except the ones that need to be in it. It will slowly fade away.
 
The concept was well meaning, but I hope it fades away sooner rather than later. I can't keep up with the adds, mostly by people that don't know who they are adding or why. I loved what you tried to start, but by the third person the original concept got lost I think.
 
I agree that the concept is great, but I had the same experience as +Rznag Rmrod trying to share the circle and keep it going. I am not at all disappointed though. I discovered several talented people to add to my photography circle yesterday (including +Stuart Williams)...and that is much more important than gaining a few random followers.
 
I read this thread only after I joined the wave, adding someone with 4500 followers, I hope it is still all right. The inventor +Stuart Williams was not really mentioned in the share I read first...

Is there a hashtag for the activity e.g. #PayItForward to locate the origins?
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