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Hangouts

Having worked remotely (at least part-time) for the past 3 years, a ‘Hangout’ has a lot of value to me.  This allows for a video based group chat, you can invite users, or  others see within a circle and join along.
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Huddle

Huddle is basically a “group chat”, allows you to chat with several people at once over your mobile. Basically text messaging on steroids. But as it stand I STILL haven’t been able to figure out how to “huddle” as there are no obvious links or mention of it. I’ve just been told that you can only “huddle” if you have an Android fun which is a bit rubbish.
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Unless we're misinterpeting what 'Google product' is, these numbers are very strange. Remember that Google's products include Google Search, Gmail, and YouTube, so one has to wonder about the 40 percent of Google+ users who don't use a single Google product in a day. One might even conclude that the 20 percent of Google+ users who don't use a Google product in a week are not really "on" the Internet in a way that most users would recognize. 

Worse, if these are the numbers that Page chose to use to bolster his case that Google+ was succeeding, imagine what the other numbers look like?
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The longer tech industry watchers chew over the numbers that Google CEO Larry Page gave on last week's earnings conference call, the worse the aftertaste seems to get. Rocky Agrawal calls attention to the key Page quote about the site's supposed 90 million users:
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Wrong.
In my opinion, Google+ has taken all the best features and functions from well-known social media tools (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Skype, etc.) and built a one-stop-shop you can use to manage all your personal and professional relationships.
In short, it’s the Wal-Mart of social networking!
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Photos

Functionality of uploading photos works pretty much the same way as facebook, but I have a sneaky feeling it will expand and have added functionality in no time at all. I bet you photos in Google + will rank VERY highly in Google Image search before you know it.

When you upload photos you get asked to create a new album or add to an existing album. After you have uploaded the photos you can go into each photo and “add tag” just like facebook. Any pictures you have been tagged in will then also appear on your profile and as “pictures of you” within the photo section (again just like facebook). The only thing I’m missing from a “tagging level” is the opportunity to do the tagging on upload level so I don’t need to go into each image. There are also some nice additional functionalities at this level such as: edit the picture, text and also adding comments which comes up at the right of the picture as a speech bubble.
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So the question is, “With all the other social tools out there, should you bother using Google+ for your career?”
My answer… YES!
I believe Google+ is the easiest platform to showcase your unique expertise which means this is a “must-use” tool for any professional.
I built an e-guide called, “5 Steps to Becoming a Google+ Powerhouse” and I want you to have it for FREE.
Oh, and along with that PDF I also provide a five-part video series that expands on each step. Cool, huh?
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Unless we're misinterpeting what 'Google product' is, these numbers are very strange. Remember that Google's products include Google Search, Gmail, and YouTube, so one has to wonder about the 40 percent of Google+ users who don't use a single Google product in a day. One might even conclude that the 20 percent of Google+ users who don't use a Google product in a week are not really "on" the Internet in a way that most users would recognize. 

Worse, if these are the numbers that Page chose to use to bolster his case that Google+ was succeeding, imagine what the other numbers look like?
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How Good Are Those Google Plus Numbers Again?
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So the question is, “With all the other social tools out there, should you bother using Google+ for your career?”
My answer… YES!
I believe Google+ is the easiest platform to showcase your unique expertise which means this is a “must-use” tool for any professional.
I built an e-guide called, “5 Steps to Becoming a Google+ Powerhouse” and I want you to have it for FREE.
Oh, and along with that PDF I also provide a five-part video series that expands on each step. Cool, huh?
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Google Plus has many good features that brings users busy here and spend time in sharing good and useful information with friends networks. Here I would like to ask my friends to let other know the positive features that bring them come here frequently.