How To Get Invited To Google +1
The reason for today’s post is because I’ve been testing out the new Google +1 social networking platform and I’m loving it.
You’ll be amazed how much it looks just like Facebook but with much cooler functions.
For instance, Google +1 is all about creating social circles.
What this means is you can actually segment the people you’re connected to into specific groups.
For example, I have groups created for “Marketing Mentors”, “Family”, and my “Mastermind Group” just to name a few.
I can then choose to only view posts, comments and shares from these select groups eliminating the “fluff” you get with Facebook.
It’s very similar to the way Twitter allows you to segment the people you are following into lists.
This way you can simply view the tweets you’re most interested in reading.
One of the other cool features of Google +1 is the ability to create “hang outs” within your social circles.
I can see this becoming a powerful feature for those of you running coaching groups, masterminds and one-on-one consulting.
The video feeds make things much more personal than a telephone conference.
The problem with Google +1 right now is the ONLY way to register is by invitation only.
The good news is since I’ve been accepted as a Google +1 beta tester I have the ability to send out invites.
So, if you’re interested in checking out Google +1 and becoming a part of my “social circle”, please leave a request in the comment box below.
Please be sure to leave your full name and email.
Also feel free to leave other comments or questions as well.
I will send your Google +1 invitation as I receive your request.
Also, please feel free to tweet this post or share the link with your Facebook friends. ( FYI- Sharing links on Facebook appears to be more powerful than a “like” in the eyes of Google. This is why I ask you to share my link. I would suggest you adopt this same strategy for your business.)
I would really appreciate it.
Have a great weekend and I hope to connect with you on Google +1.
Now go Dominate Google, Bill Parlaman