pointed out earlier today that , an editor at CNET.com with over 12,500 followers, is struggling to filter the noise from her stream. And I want to help! =D
I have very carefully built my circles around a system that I am now going to share with you. This is my secret weapon to circle organization.
I'm a very visual person, so I worked really hard to make this slideshow to (hopefully) explain the process as clearly as I can.
May it inspire you to grow your circles to include a lively network of active people!!!
Many great thanks to all the early adopters who provided tips when I first joined last July! I'm standing on the shoulders of giants!
Join us in welcoming Google Play to Google+! And make sure to circle for all the latest deals on Android apps (amazing deals coming all week!) and much more.
With Google Play your entertainment is stored in the cloud and can easily go with you when you're connected or offline. No wires, no hassle. It’s how you buy and experience digital entertainment on your Android device and any web browser on any computer.
Google Play will be the new home for Android apps around the globe. In Canada and the U.K., we'll also offer movies and books. In the U.S., Google Play will be your place for music, movies, books and Android apps.
To learn more read the Official Google Blog here (http://goo.gl/4imMt) and visit play.google.com/about
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