Google Plus: The Extensive List of Database, Resources and Helpful Tips

If you haven’t get on Google+, you really should join it now. Google+ is growing more rapidly than Facebook and Twitter combined.

As you may already know, Twitter is great for getting immediate perspectives on news and events. It is for real-time perspectives.

Facebook, on the other hand, is the way to learn what’s going on in the lives of people that you already know (friends, relatives and colleagues). It is for people.

But Google Plus, it enables you to pursue your passions with people who you don’t know (strangers). It is for passion.

How to Get Start on Google+

Here are a few quick tips to getting start on G+:

1. If you don’t have a Gmail account, get one, its free.

2. Fill out your bio, your real name (not a business name), links, and add a profile photo to your new Google+ profile.

3. Create a few circles with select individuals whose post on topics that interested to you and get familiar with it – they work similarly to Facebook friend lists. After you get it done, you can view your stream of content filtered by these lists, you can also publish content to specific lists, feel free to circle me.

4. Then browser below this mega list for the information of G+.

Overview, general information, help, settings, privacy, updates, and mobile apps etc

If you haven’t go through these resources, here are the list of Google+ tutorials and tips worth your time to read

The big improvements to mobile (go download new version) and “Hangouts” – including being able to Hangouts from your mobile phone and to broadcast your Hangout so everyone can watch while the 10 of you talk.

Hangouts now also have collaborative tools (screen sharing, Google Docs, sketchpad). Read more here.

A big thanks to Denis Labelle for below these GooglePlus helpful resources:

1.  Who Should You Circle?:
2.  Make use of Google+ tours:
3.  Photos:
4.  Save posts, articles and ideas on G+:
5.  3 steps to more privacy on your G+ profile:
6.  Actively managing your community membership:
7.  How to explore and join Communities:
8.  How to send feedback on G+:
9.  Make Your G+ Photos “Auto Awesome”:
10. Automatically share your blog posts to Google+:
11.  Ways to use Google+ photo editing:
12.  Let hashtags find fun posts for you:
13.  Make your Communities happier and healthier:
14.  Do More with Your Photos From Auto Backup:
15.  Search your own photos ->
16.  How to delete your Auto Backup photos ->
17.  Google Photos app is one-tap access to your Google+ Photos:
18.  How to post publicly, to your circles, or to a community:
19.  Share an album with someone not yet on G+:
20.  How to restore photos from Trash:
21.  How to adjust the mix of posts in your Home stream:
22.  Follow your favorite YouTube channel on Google+:

A big thanks to Rick Eliason for below these GooglePlus helpful resources:

1. Create A Killer Hovercard:
2. Sharing to Circles vs. Publicly:
3. Google+ Communities:
4. Share Your G+ Posts on Other SM:
5. Report Issues With G+ or Suggest Ideas:
6. Create A “Save For Later” Circle:
7. Add A Large Image To Your Post:
8. The Various G+ Keyboard Shortcuts:
9. Share Someone Else’s G+ Post:
10. Create A Mini Blog on G+:
11. Host A Google+ Hangout:
12. Leave A Wake of Value-Add In Your Path:
13. Take Control Of Your G+ Notifications:
14. SEO Your Google+ Posts:
15. How To Find Things On G+:
16. Formatting For Beautiful, Engaging Posts:
17. How To Disable Comments & Shares:
18. Attract More Comments With Gifs & Image Posts:
19. Start A Conversation With Someone:
20. Create An Event Using G+:
21. Enable Automatic Hash-tagging:
22. Don’t Give Up At The First Hurdle:
23. The Benefits of Link Shorteners:
24. Understanding Ripples & Using Them To Your Advantage:
25. What Not To Do On G+ (Part 1):
26. Edit Posts – Did You Know You Could Do That?:
27. Choose The Best Link Thumbnail For Your Post:
28. Start Building Your Author Rank:
29. Link G+ To Your Content With Authorship Tags:
30. Curate & Streamline Circles for Awesome News Streams:
31. Use Eye-Grabbing Headlines:
32. Use Google Drive With Google+:
33. Track Circle Shares With CircleCount:
34. Be Awesome With AutoAwesome:
35. Build Your Following By Watching Hangouts:
36. Overcome Difficulties With Plus-Mentioning People:
37. Write Posts That People Are Actually Looking For:
38. Use ‘The Google+ Effect’ To Improve Your Twitter Experience:
39. Learn How To Use Images Appropriately & Legally:
40. Learn To Schedule Posts With +Do Share:
41. Build A Community Around Your Passion:
42. Optimise Your Profile/Page/Community For Search:
43. Share Beyond Your Circles & GPlussers:
44. Blocking & Muting People – As Simple As It Sounds?
45. Extend The Life Of Your Best Posts:
46. Merge Multiple Google+ Profiles Together:
47. Using Your About Tab More Effectively:
48. Posting Multiple Photos Per Post:
49. Use Google+ …Every Day:
50. What Not To Do On Google+ (Part 2):

Mini-Series on Page Rank and Google Plus

Thanks Joshua Berg for put this series together, it will update from time to time.

Pt 1: Is Google+ Page Rank the culprit behind the current
Pt 2: How PageRank in Google+ is Earned. G+ Link Myths
Pt 3: Why PR in G+ Matters To You & Your Connections
Pt 4: PR in G+ – PageRank is Still The Guts of Google Search
Pt 5: PageRank, Link Juice & SEO for Google+ Communities
Pt 6: Balance Returns to PageRank Force. Avoid The Dark Side

HOA PageRank – Executive Summary video:

Below this collection is large. Thanks to Johnathan Chung for the awesome work, here you go – an extensive database of Google+ resources.


“Quick Start” is composed of 1-2 page high-yield infographics containing the minimal technical information useful for the simplest of G+ experiences. This is for people who like the least amount of introduction and who like to learn as they go.

“Overview” contains G+ tips, personal recommendations, user experiences, and describes the overall G+ environment in a way that is more elaborate than “Quick Start” but less comprehensive than the full “Guides” section.


“Beginner Guides” have step-by-step walk-through, descriptions, and advice for the most important basic features of G+ to maximize your experience quickly without getting too involved or potentially overwhelmed. This is a well-rounded introduction to G+.

“Comprehensive Guides” contain an enormous amount of dense information, some of it repeated within other detailed guides. If you are looking to learn the in’s and out’s of G+, read through these to pick up on everything from basic to advanced tips and tricks.


Delves into circle management and maintenance. It is important to stay organized with circles because they decide how your information is presented in the Stream and how privacy (“who sees what”) is controlled.


Items on uploading, sharing, organizing, and customizing pics.


Many examples of creative uses of Hangouts and Hangout resources.


Provides a list of sites for where and how to search for G+ users based on a variety of criteria and interests. Some of these sites are also useful for maintaining and sharing public circle lists and for viewing user statistics. “List Names” section is composed of aggregated lists of people found in particular G+ niches and communities.


Provides general and comprehensive information focused on what’s happening in Google+.


These tools are meant to enhance or change the G+ user experience. Some browser extensions may stop working properly when Google makes updates and changes to G+. Please note: use of these extensions and services are “as is” and at your own discretion. Several extensions may ask for permission to get access to your browser activity and G+ profile.


Provides resources to keep up privacy and security on G+.


Ways to offer constructive criticism to Google for improving G+.


Contains Google Plus-related fan art, graphics, icons, and desktop wallpaper.

How-To Google+ Videos

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  1. Ronnie Bincer says

    Looks like a fantastic collection of information and links… great job gathering and categorizing all this.

  2. says

    Thank you @videoleadsonline:disqus for all the awesome work and contributions as well, I hope many people can learn and gain benefits from your Google+ and YouTube video tutorials, keep us up-to-date, happy to share :)

  3. Ronnie Bincer says

    Maybe you should make a video about it whilst hanging from the air sitting on ‘your couch’! 😉

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