How to Get Started on Google+ (aka Google Plus)

Google+ Logo (Google Plus Logo)Wondering how to get started on Google+ (Google Plus?)

At flyte we’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately about Google+, the new social networking site from Microsoft. No, I’m just kidding–from Google.

Some have been how-to questions, such as “where do I start?” or “how do I use Circles?”, and others have been more about whether Google+ (often abbreviated as G+) is here to stay, will it replace Facebook, or whether it’s worth the time and energy to join another social networking platform.

To that end, we’ve put together a number of videos to show you how to get started and make the most of G+, and we’ll be posting them to our blog over the next few days.

The first video is entitled How to Set Up Your Google+ Account which you can watch on YouTube if you don’t see it down below.

Also, if you haven’t yet, please consider subscribing to our YouTube channel…we’ve got a ton of great video content on web marketing and more coming all the time.

Next up: How to Manage Your Privacy On Google+ >>

Rich Brooks+
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4 Responses to “How to Get Started on Google+ (aka Google Plus)”

  1. Ed

    Wish I COULD join you on Google+. Lots of people in the social-media world are hyping Google+, apparently oblivious to the fact that it’s currently closed to new members. For those who aren’t already members, it’s been displaying this message for the last week or two:

    “Google+ is in limited Field Trial“Right now, we’re testing with a small number of people, but it won’t be long before the Google+ project is ready for everyone. Leave us your email address and we’ll make sure you’re the first to know when we’re ready to invite more people.”


  2. therichbrooks


    Sorry, didn’t realize you weren’t sitting at the cool kids table yet. 😉

    Just sent you an invite to G+…hopefully that will get you through the velvet rope! Check your email.

  3. Ed

    Thanks, Rich! The odd thing is that I had already been invited by at least one friend, but I was still seeing the “come back later” message. Then I got your invitation, and it let me join. You clearly have mojo!