Google+ is here. And almost everyone who is using it says that it is out to destroy other social networks as we know it, specially Facebook.
Google+, if you don’t know about it yet, is the new social network by Google. It’s in an invite-only phase, like many of Google’s early projects. The only way to get in is by getting an invite. And you can get an invite from me.
Get Your Google+ Invite Now
Leave a comment below with your email address in the “Email” field.
I’ll send you an invite within an hour usually [might take more].
It’s as simple as that. No need to beg for it. No need to enter a contest to get your Google+ invite. No need to get the Social Improve updates for free, or add me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter [would be appreciated if you do!]. No need to refer other people to this post if you don’t want to.
And most important of all: No need to offer your cat or MySpace account as a sacrifice.
Want a Google+ invite? Comment away. Remember to be smart by leaving your comment in the “E-mail” field and not publicly in the “Comment” field.
Optional: If you want to give Social Improve something back in return, you can:
- Add me on Facebook.
- Follow Social Improve on Facebook.
- Follow @BesZ on Twitter.
- Subscribe to this site via e-mail or RSS
- Use any of the social sharing buttons on top or below this post to share this article with others.
Remember, you’ll become my “friend” on my personal account on Google when I invite you to Google+. I’m only keeping that personal account around until Google rolls out Profiles and Plus to the paying Google Apps customers. When that happens, I’ll ditch my personal Google account and ask you to add me on my Google Apps account. You can of course, ignore me then and pretend you don’t know who I am. :p
By the way, the correct way of writing Google Plus is actually Google+ with that + sign in the end. The reason you’ll see the word “Plus” spelled out many times is because google can’t actually have a domain like +.google.com.
Side-note: I’ve started the planning and writing of the books (digital and print) and some videos to share with everyone (at this site and at The Reasoner). Topics will include WordPress, blogging, websites, being successful online, and more! Details will come later this year hopefully. Otherwise, next year!