Sales & Support 1-888-220-7361

Google+, of all the social networks, has more notification triggers that allow you to connect with other users. They’re all easy to use, and I’d say that the social service owned by the largest search engine is adding more notification triggers every day.

Here are 15 Google+ notification triggers, hence 15 reasons to use Google+:

  1. Share a post with another G+ user – Simply sharing a post with someone will notify them that they are on your mind.
  2. Mention them in a post – Type “+” and the user’s name with no break in between. They’ll be notified that they’ve been mentioned in a post.
  3. Share a post, be in a circle – If you’re in a circle that someone is following and you share a post, then they’ll be notified.
  4. Comment on a post they created.
  5. Add them to a circle – Simply adding someone to one of your circles will notify them that you are interested in them.
  6. Comment on a post they’ve commented on – If a post is really popular, you’ll get a lot of notifications. I sometimes mute posts because it just gets to be too much.
  7. Tag someone in a photo – Upload a photo and tag them.
  8. Tag one of their photos – If someone else uploads a photo and you add a tag to it, they’ll be notified.
  9. Suggest new people to add to their circles – The equivalent to an online handshake.
  10. Suggest a profile photo for them.
  11. Start a conversation with them – Type “+” and their name with no break and start a conversation.
  12. Send them an invitation to an event – Events are one of the latest features to be added to Google+, and they’re growing in popularity.
  13. Comment on a photo they’ve commented on.
  14. Comment on a photo they are tagged in or that they tagged.
  15. Perform any activity on an event they created.

Now think about how you can use these 15 notification triggers on Google+ to market your business more effectively.

Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>