I’m not a YouTuber. You may not be either. I have a channel that before today was in the name of my blog. I used it to practice my video magic (there is none – exaggeration to make a point) and comment on other’s videos and sometimes during Google Hangout on Air presentations. Only. All videos there are private and unlisted.
How frustrating for YouTube to constantly ask me to change my channel name and connect it to my G+ profile. That’s not what I wanted so ignored the insistent demand.
Now I realize that if I don’t make and accept the necessary changes, I am unable to properly comment and take part in a Hangout. Yesterday, I was ask a question directly by the Hangout presenter and ask to answer in the comments. The presenter thought I’d refused to answer. Ugh!
Even if you’re not an active YouTuber but you have an account, you need to be aware of the consequences of not following whatever direction Google/YouTube is taking us. Click on the image below to find out more.
I don’t like it but I found it necessary because I’m interested in Google Hangouts, how they work and want the information Hangouts offer.
Be sure to check all your settings and the channel is viewed as you wish.
This JBO Quick Tip video explains how to save interesting G+ post to read or share later. This method will aggregate those posts you want to spend more time reading and then share with a thoughtful comment.
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I am perplexed that readers make the mouse click effort to share to other platforms, yet neglect the +1 button. Many of us Google proponents would rather have the +1 as a show of appreciation than the FB Like. It’s just one little mouse click. Why not give it a try right now:
New functionality of the +1 button now allows for a direct share to your Google Plus feed, if you have one, with just one more click. Believe it or not, lots of folks are using Google Plus regularly,and Google is looking at where those +1’s are going. So don’t be stingy with your +1 love.
Can I pick ’em or what? Yes, I’m bragging. Congratulations to Chuck for making it to Oprah.com’s Gratitude Journal; however, I’m still trying to figure out how/why is it here. Hey the SEO doesn’t care so who am I to question.
Give me your thoughts. Does 25 Things (Chuck’s version), great as it is, fit in Oprah’s Gratitude Journal list?