+Jaana Nystrom

Welcome to my Circleverse!

Google+ is my passion: I want to help others to get the most out of it.

Saturday, 24 November 2012

How to attract an audience on Google+


Follow the leaders?
- Thoughts about getting in those circles... Also for business pages!





I can’t say this often enough: If you want to have people circling you, first you should be doing this to people yourself. There are lots of lists, the search and suggestions for all interests and you can also ask people to share their circles with you directly, either in private or in public.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

The best feature of Google+? The search!


Search for a spark in your life and keep it with you...

Welcome to Google+, a world of various passions:  





Search for your interests

Are you an aspiring photographer, enthusiastic kayaker, artist, designer, writer, diver or golfer, looking for inspiring authors or musicians, fascinated by zombies? Looking for business contacts or just pure pleasure or knowledge?

Fret no more, for in Google+ you’ll find lots of people with the same zeal by using the search.
Adding people or pages with the same interests adds to the Google+ experience: No need to be friends with anyone you add.
Following someone on G+ can be like a one way street.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

What is Google+ all about, for you?



Based on a few discussions I've had with my circlers both on my private profile and my Pages I felt the need to write about the choices we all have on Google+.


It's all about followers, isn't it? (WRONG!)


Let's assume you are 'a publisher', i.e. you post most of your stuff publicly on Google+. It is quite normal that you are perhaps interested in various things, not just in one narrow sector. In accordance, you 'broadcast' about your interests.

Then what should you do if one or two complain about your once a week (Friday night) funnie or a sudden, very technical share? Stop posting funnies or whatever altogether as someone doesn't approve? Hmmm.

Saturday, 10 November 2012

Comments, why do we post them?


In Google+ or other types of social networking, making comments means you're not just putting unchecked ideas into the Circleverse.





#etiquette tl;dr look at the pic. And now if you wish, read the post. :-)

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

This is BIG! Direct share from Drive to Google+ and more



Great new tool!  I'm really enthusiastic about all the possibilities opening up...  For free.



Two videos embedded in one post by Claude Rieth


Share from Google Drive presentations (Slides) directly to Google+, Twitter and Facebook


- Remember to make the presentation Public!

Monday, 5 November 2012