Publishers, we’ve added google+ as a content stream making it even easily to find and publish the content you want for your topic specific!

Starting today, google+ joins the ranks of Twitter, Facebook and RSS as a content source, making it even easier for you to find, filter, and publish the content you want for your topic specific papers.

Google+ users share billion of articles, images and videos in almost every country worldwide, daily. For publishers, that means one more rich and diverse source of great articles, gorgeous photos and inspiring videos for you to share with your readers. For readers, that translates to an even more diverse and interesting daily read.

Good curation leads to great discovery. Let us know how google+ enhances your experience!

Kelly Hungerford
Community Builder| Customer Experience & Care Strategist
Kelly's a Digital Operations Specialist and Social Brand Strategist. She helps Startups and SMBs build lean marketing operations leveraging Social Media to support business goals and connect with the people who matter most.

As former Head of Community and Communications for, she was responsible for building community-centric operations to support's rapidly growing user-base and founding #BizHeroes,'s Brand Twitter Chat that takes place Tuesdays at 2pm ET.

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6 Responses to “Curate Google+ into your, Today!”

  1. Kelly at

    Ileane – Pleasure!

    We are seeing that the Publish it! bookmarklet with Google+ , for example in Google+ news, works exceptionally well to quickly add new sources to existing papers. Let us know how the combination works for you. Good publishing!

  2. GreenSudbury

    I used Google reader shared and starred items pushed to my twitter feed at first and it worked great. When you took out Google Reader and replaced it with Google Plus almost none of my plus items are showing up. I have less curation control now than I used to.

  3. GreenSudbury

    I’ve tried using Google plus, buzz and shares and nothing is being streamed into my so far – Reader was great, Plus integration not so much


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