About Martin Shervington

Speaker, Consultant, Author, Professional Coach, Marketing Psychologist.

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Who can see your Google+ posts?

Who can see your Google+ posts-

When you post on Google+, different people will be able to see them depending on to whom they are posted. Below I will explain the different settings and how you can check on your profile ‘who can see what’. Sharing to public If you share to ‘public’ it means anyone can see the post, including…

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Can you turn off the plus ones on Google+?

Can you turn off the plus ones on Google+-

You cannot turn off the plus ones you receive on Google+ for your own content. This is what ‘only you’ refers to in the image below e.g. you receive notifications for those +1s. You can then decide in your settings whether you allow e.g. ‘circles’ to comment, which case you will receive notifications based on…

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The Social Executive with Dionne Kasian-Lew

The Social Executive

Martin: Hi, this is Martin Shervington. Today I’m going to be interviewing a lady who I met through Paul Simbeck-Hampson. So thank you very much for the connection there Paul. Her name is Dionne Kasian-Lew. She’s written a book called The Social Executive. We’ve just been talking before that a great bit on about leadership…

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How to share circles between Profiles and Pages

How to share circles between Profiles and Pages

You can share you circles to other Profiles or Pages on Google+ To do this: Click on ‘People’ Go to ‘Your Circles’ Select the circle you want to share Then click the arrow (when you select the circle, it will appear in the middle) Then you will see a ‘share post’ appear. Next, deselect e.g….

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A Guide to Google Plus Polls

A guide to the awesomeness of Google+ Polls

Introduction In October, Google introduced ‘polls’ to Google+ and the community said “YAY!” Over the coming months I am sure we will start to see some very creative options emerge in their usage – great for community polling, as well as fun in the stream. Here is the official Google Help article here: http://goo.gl/CEg3VE So,…

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