Google+ is quickly becoming one of my favorite social networks and part of it is because of the ability to share photos with specific groups of people. Recently, I took photos at my daughters kindergarten graduation, but I didn’t want to post the photos publicly and I didn’t want to put them on my Dropbox. I decided to post them on Gooogle+ and share with all of the parents.
Here’s how I did it:
There are a number of reasons why your church, ministry or non-profit should be on Google+, but the latest reason is probably the most important.
Google has been slowly tying all of its services together into Google+, as part of creating a more personal search experience.
This can be seen in the “introduction of Knowledge Graph last year, when Google started showing information on the right-hand side of search results to help you figure out if you’re searching for the right thing, be it a person, place or thing.”
As seen here:
Got into a pickle the other day.
We ended up with a dead battery, and were stranded. It wasn’t good at all. Being a bit out in the boonies made summoning help difficult at best and overly expensive at worst.
Then, all of sudden, an idea hit me, from nowhere.