Top 15 Circle Shares on Google Plus Jan 22. #CircleCurators #Circleshares

circle shares on gogole plus Jan 22, 2014

Welcome to the Top 15 circle shares on Google Plus on January 22, 2014. This week we saw the rise of the niche circle. A few of our regular #CircleCurators have changed up the way they will be curating circles. This is an opportunity for everyone on Google Plus.

When I first joined Google Plus the majority of #CircleShares were subject specific. You were put in circles about a specific niche like Android, photographers, investors, bloggers, writers etc. Although this technique is more refined, you will still find people categorized incorrectly. This is a great way of building a specific community on Google Plus. When communities on Google Plus were launched it really made these circles obsolete.

I do like the circle Adam Nowlin put together where you had to be recommended by other users to be added to the circle share. This takes more time, but it can ensure that the circle share is full of higher quality profiles.

If you take the time to put together circles for users, to add, I applaud you. Thank you for taking the time. I know it is not easy.

This week Michael Q Todd and his #MegaBall circle is once again back on top. Michael really knows how to promote a Google Plus Circle Share. If you do not use Empire Avenue, I recommend you set up an account and start engaging with Michael Q Todd.

  Here are my guidelines-

      • I must be included in the circle share.  :  )
      • The list goes back exactly one week from the article publish date.
      • I use my CircleCount Profile to find the numbers.
      • Follow the posts on Google Plus and Twitter with  #CircleCurators
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About Randy Hilarski

Randy Hilarski is an entrepreneur who moved to Panama where he saw opportunity and growth. Panama has been an opportunity of a lifetime with excitement at every turn. Choosing to be an expat was an easy choice for Randy. The world is changing and he wanted to be part of it. Native of Rochester, NY he spent his first eighteen years there before deciding to join the US Navy after graduating High School. The Navy took him on an eight year journey around the world where he worked as a Corpsman/Nurse. The Navy taught him to survive in foreign lands and adapt to other cultures. After leaving the Navy he spent time in school, working in sales and working in psychiatry. Helping others has always driven Randy to learn more and more about people, culture and what drives them. Randy has lived all over the USA, in Italy and Ethiopia and while serving in the US Navy spent time in many exotic locations around the world. Some of his interests include internet marketing, writing, social media, travel, metals, investing, sustainable agriculture and culture.
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