Business2 Google+ Community & How you can Create your own Community on Google Plus

Google+ have now released Google+ Communities and I have a quick Guide on how you can setup your own Community. The premise is quite simple. You login to your Google+ Account and you will notice a new “Community” icon on left hand side (it started rolling out today) You then create a Community, add a logo, a description, location and then invite people from your circles. You can choose to make it a private community or a public community. The idea is simple, to collectively get around an idea, a general topic or industry. Share photos, videos, events, hangouts!

Click here to join our Google+ Community

Here are some notes from Google

Create private communities: Gather real-world groups of people like your basketball buddies, fellow classmates and family. If you find yourself sharing regularly with the same core group of people, communities are a fast and fun way to stay in touch.

Join public communities: No matter what you’re into, there are people on Google+ you can talk with about it. Search for public communities around the topics you’re passionate about and join the conversation. You’ll be learning new things and making friends in no time.

Share how you want, when you want: There are lots of way to share with your communities. Get home welding tips from your DIY pals in a hangout, share restaurant reviews with fellow foodies, or use Google+ Events to plan your next block party. You can share with communities from anywhere you find Google+: on YouTube, Google Maps, or through the +1 button on sites across the web.

Browse some communities here!

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About Peter J Ricci

Peter Ricci is the Director of Agentpoint.com.au, Business2.com.au, Ginga.com.au and ZooProperty.com and has been involved in designing and developing real estate systems and websites since 1997. In July 2001 Peter founded Business2.com.au to help real estate agents better understand the power of the Internet and the real estate landscape in Australia and New Zealand. Since then he has penned over 300 articles on a variety of subjects in the real estate technology industry. Business2.com.au is now the leading real estate technology site in Australasia.
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