Getting Circled is a bit like being followed or being added to someone’s Friend list. On Google+ though, Circles are multi-functional.
G+ users add people to various Circles based on careers, interests, types of relationships, or to organize people for communication and collaboration. Indeed, Circles aren’t just for deciding whose posts you want to see, but to choose who sees your posts.
Circles can be used to notify users of important posts, but don’t be spammy! You can also share Circles with other users.
How do you get Circled?
The question is, how do you get other people to add you to your Circles? It has to do with how you relate to people and what kind of messages you convey with your profile.
Remember to check out the “Are You Commoogling” video series page for more tips and tricks on Google Plus.
- What is “Getting Circled?”
- Why do people want to be Circled?
- How do you know someone has Circled you back?
- Revisiting your profile: Is it relatable?
- Changing the ‘works at’ section on the profile
- Going to notifications to see who has circled you
- Using Google Translate
- Choosing to add people in
- Uncircling to remove content from your stream