What’s the difference between following a Google Plus page and having it in your circles? In a Google Plus Public page there is option of following. Does following a Google Plus Page add the page to a circle?
@DrSunil Vaswani: They're basically the same. If you're following a page, it will automatically add that page to a Circle named Following.
But After pressing "Follow" button there is option to choose to add to circles, because even if person does not choose circle to add to the page shows followed
:) Yes, and check your circles, your Following circle will increase by 1. If you uncheck the Following circle, the button will turn back to "Follow", not "Followed" anymore.
thanks for the details
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google plus is cool
yes it has cool features for user and pages
but pl note question
Having them on your Circle is like adding friends and when you post something they can view it. While adding or (plus one) them is like following their page/ subscribing to them therefore their posts will display on your timeline.
But don't both your statements mean same thing? has any difference come out?
Also plus 1 them and adding them are made out as synonymous by you.
You will find a lot of Google+ answers here:
Good link again Alan as usual :D
Refer to this link : http://corp.wishpond.com/google-plus-marketing-resources/the-difference-between-google-plus-communities-and-circles/