Go to your profile's About tab, click on the Edit under the box that displays your circles and uncheck the "Show people who have added me to circles".
To change who can see the people in circles, click on the Edit under the Circles box.
If you wish to hide who follows you, uncheck the "Show people who have added you to circles".
You can also customize the view, if you wish to display none, all your circles YOU follow on your profile or just a part of them.
#Googleplustips #Profile #Circles #Followers #TCpost
"Periscope is Twitter's new live-streaming video app, not to be confused with the recently launched Meerkat, also a live-streaming app. It allows you to watch and broadcast live video from all across the globe, meaning you could switch from watching a peaceful wander across the beaches of Cornwall before switching to a protest in Egypt.
One of the key differences between the two is that Periscope saves the video streams once you are finished, so that anyone can view them for up to 24 hours; Meerkat's live video disappears once you choose to end the broadcast.
Both Meerkat and Periscope are pre-dated by other attempts at live-streaming apps, all of which fell by the wayside. But now, with more open Wi-Fi networks and faster 4G mobile networks than ever before, live streaming looks set to become as regular a part of our lives as Googling and Snapchatting..."
Learn more about #Periscope :
#SocialMedia #Twitter #Livestream #Video #Jaanatip
Confused as to what Twitter's new app Periscope actually is? Wonder no more...
tells us how it goes:
"You now simply enter the information, agree to the terms which you have read and understood and pick a type of Google+ product from the two types available and Bob's your uncle. Easy. Until you realise that you don't get to pick a custom URL anymore... :O
Because THAT is a topic for another video, MWUAHAHAHA!"
Lets watch what she has to say:
#YouTubetips #Googletips #Account
Sharing posts on Google+
Helpful tips and screenshots especially for Google+ newbies.
◉ How to share a post on Google+, browser version
◉ Different types of Google+ posts
◉ Mentioning people on posts
◉ Pro tips about +mentioning
◉ Communities: Spamming and not meaning to?
◉ Warning! Community invitations!
◉ Profiles and Pages can stop people contacting them
◉ More useful posts from the Google+ Top Contributors
I hope this helps you understand Google+ better!
#Jaanatip #Googleplustips #Sharing #TCpost #Communities
When you post on Google+, you can share things you like, or start a conversation with other people. When you share, you’ll choose who can see your post. For example, you might want to share an article with everyone in your ci...
Event planner timer:
For the people around the world local time zones can be very confusing...
Why not make it clear to every one?
Use this free tool:
Just set the event date and time, then copy the link.
#Jaanatip #Hangouts #Googleplustips
Great initiative from the
Women in Research and Innovation.
A project to get more girls interested in science:
- Profiles of women in science
- 6 reasons science needs you
- Dream jobs
- Organisations and events
Choose your language and ream more:
What is the fastest biological happening or phenomenon produced by a living thing?
Think about sex...
We're talking about Mach 0.5 here.
Anyone know without googling it? :-)
Okay, try googling this:
What is the fastest thing in the natural world?
"The new app gives social marketers with limited resources the ability to do more within the Instagram ecosystem, without having to add third party apps to their process.
The app is the latest addition to Instagram’s focus on visual storytelling.
Layout allows users to customize and organize content, but also offers an aptly named function they’re calling “Faces” which finds and selects photos from your camera roll with faces in them. The app also allows some snazzy features like mirroring and rotating..."
#Instagram #SocialMedia #Jaanatip
This morning, Instagram debuted a new app called Layout, which is designed for creating custom collages and image effects that can then be uploaded directly to Instagram, shared via text, or a variety of other options. The new app gives social marketers with limited resources the ability to do more within the Instagram ecosystem, without…
Interesting Social Media testing post from
"Some notes about testing:
We wrote at length about some of the best practices for A/B testing as well as some of our favorite A/B tests that we’ve tried on the Buffer blog and the Buffer social accounts (testing headlines is one of our favorites).
Here’s a brief summary of a few questions we like to ask ourselves when testing:
- Which one thing will you be testing?
- What metric will be my best measurement of success?
- Do I have enough data to assume this result will be true and repeatable for everyone?
Learn more from the article:
#SocialMedia #Stats #Metrics #Testing
A complete list of social media tests to try in order to raise your social media marketing results.
I visited one of my favourite places for flower shots again.
See the last image.
#Jaanatip #Flowers #Nexus5
"Hashtag: a word or phrase preceded by a hash sign (#), used on social media sites such as Twitter to identify messages on a specific topic."
You can click on them (when blue) and they will take you straight to the "Explore" tab, showing posts with the hashtag in question.
Using Google+ own search for a certain topic can be done with or without the # and a keyword: You get slightly different results with either method, I've noticed.
Using hashes is a good way to get your posts noticed by the public in search, not just in photo themes but on any topic, works also inside Communities.
Of course getting the most out of hashes means posting in Public or public communities, otherwise only those with whom the post was shared can see the results (members in your circles or private communities).
You can also use your own unique hashtag (like my #Jaanatip or the more public #Plushelp ) and find them later. You may also share posts only to yourself or your own private community and easily find the posts in the Google+ search.
Hashtags don't work on Google+ comments very well: They are clickable but don't come up in the search.
Learn more from my blog:
#Googleplustips #Hashtags #Topics #Posts #TCpost
Using hashtags on any of the social media platforms is no rocket science. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest... There are some unwritten rules or recommendations, best not to #overdo #them in #any #post. As ...
Remember: Your public posts show also in the streams of all who have you in their circles, depending on their settings. No need to post limited unless you really don't want anyone not in your circles or outside Google+ to see your content.
Public = Everyone
- who has circled you, looks at your profile, stumbles upon your content in Google+ search or elsewhere... Even if you have blocked someone they still can see your public posts when they log out of Google+, use the Chrome Incognito mode or use a business Page to check your profile.
Beware of spamming
If you tick the Send also email to -box when sharing to Circles then your post is pushed to those people you are sharing the post with. This is very close to spamming, so be careful. Read more about this feature in the linked article.
Sharing in private or to circles
When you share something, you can identify exactly who you want to send that content to by specifying specific circles or people.
You can also choose to share with your extended circles or share publicly OR share to a Community. The people in your Communities won't be able to see your posts to circles unless they belong to those. The Community posts will show up in your own profile unless you hide them from the Settings; The private groups' posts are only visible to the members in those Communities.
Posting in Public
When you post publicly, anyone can see your posts when visiting your profile. Any people or pages who've added you to one of their circles will see your update in their stream unless the circle you're in is muted, in which case they have to visit that circle's stream or your profile to see what you post about.
The circlers have control over how much they see from any given circle by adjusting the visibility in the Circle stream.
Visibility of your posts
Your posts will be displayed on the Posts tab of your profile and are visible to anyone who you have granted the access to see them (Persons, circles, extended circles, Communities or public). If you share a post to your Private community, only you can see that post in your stream / profile.
If someone else shares a limited (private message) post with you, that cannot be reshared in public.
Public posts may appear in search results. If your public post is very popular then it may appear on the What's Hot stream. Then anyone who has not muted that stream may see it in their Home stream.
Read more about the topic from my blog:
#Jaanatip #Googleplustips #Stream #Sharing
If you use ScoopIt, you can turn on the image sharing.
If you are not familiar with this sharing social webmag, see mine:
This is the Tweet:
#SocialMedia #Sharing #ScoopIt
"Even if you're not looking for a new social network, that little red logo for Google+ does a lot of things for you.
You use it to log into websites without filling out the same 20 questions every time you want to comment on a blog. It unifies your experience across the Google platform, from commenting on YouTube videos to leaving a bad review on the Play Store or Google Maps to bringing in results from your circles whenever you do a Google web search.
And here's how to get the most out of it..."
Read on: http://www.androidcentral.com/ultimate-guide-google
#Googleplustips #Jaanatip #Android
This is everything you need to know about Google+, in one handy guide. Google+ is the social backbone of the Google platform and a pretty decent social network for the millions of users who inhabit it. Thanks to its ties to Hangouts, Google+ can also become your own personal podcast, meeting space, or impromptu concert. Google+ Photos's freedoms and features have attracted...
Add formatting to words in your comments for emphasis, like bold, strikethrough, and italics. #TuesdayTip - John Skeats – Google+
"Short but intense, the bright, warm, lush Finnish summer arrives every year like a miracle after the long period of darkness and cold.
Summer is a natural phenomenon, yet it is also a state of mind: The world is again full of possibilities, joys and pleasures. The change is dramatic. Mother Nature, who so recently lay dormant and frozen under a blanket of snow, bursts into wild blossom as summer arrives.
The onset of summer is also reflected in people. They can finally cast off their heavy winter clothes. Shoulders long hunched together against icy winds can finally relax; steps become lighter and faces brighter.
The Finns make the most of their summer..."
Read on: http://finland.fi/Public/default.aspx?contentid=165671
#Finland #Travel #Summer #Holiday
We propose a toast to the joys of Finnish summer, which arrives like a miracle after the long, dark Nordic winter.
"Connect your YouTube channel to Twitter to automatically share your uploads, likes and playlist additions.
Note that as of March 2015 it is no longer possible to connect your YouTube channel to Facebook..."
Thanks for the useful tip!
#SocialMedia #YouTube #Twitter
Connect your YouTube channel to Twitter to automatically share your uploads, likes and playlist additions. Note that as of March 2015 it is no longer possible to connect your YouTube channel to Facebook. How to connect you...
"You already know that the Sauna is Finnish, that Angry Birds are too and that the Linux operative system comes from Finland as well.
Because of that, we will focus this blogpost on Finnish inventions and innovations that are not as widely known but are definitely interesting.
Read on: http://en.biginfinland.com/inventions-finnish/
#Finland #Invention #Design
You already know that the Sauna is Finnish, that Angry Birds are too and that the Linux operative system comes from Finland as well. Because of that, we wi
What is 'Last account activity'?
"Last account activity shows you information about recent activity in your mail. Recent activity includes any time that your mail was accessed using a regular web browser, a POP client, a mobile device, a third-party application etc. We'll list the IP address that accessed your mail, the associated location, as well as the time and date."
I do recommend that you use the 2-step verification
To see your account activity, click the Details link next to the Last account activity line at the bottom of any Gmail page, or go to this link for more info:
To see which applications you have given access to, click here:
You can revoke the access by clicking on the application name and then revoking access from top right.
Learn more from Google
#Google #Gmail #Security #Jaanatip
"Last week was the annual pilgrimage to SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas. Increasingly, SXSW is attracting big brands as a marketing venue to influencers (this year, even McDonalds has a presence) and as part of the search of the next new thing.
Famously the launchpad for Twitter in 2007 and Foursquare in 2009, this year SXSW had everyone talking about Meerkat, a live-streaming app. Not to mention the robot petting zoo, drones, virtual reality, and wearables of all types.
It’s important for marketers to remember that it’s not the tech that’s cool; it’s what’s enabled by the tech. It’s tempting for marketers to get so excited about technology that they lose all sense of perspective..."
#Tech #Marketing #SXSW #Technology
- Be loyal.
- Be honest.
- Be a self-starter.
- Be decisive even if it means you'll sometimes be wrong.
- Stop blaming others. Take responsibility for every area of your life.
- Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the ones you did.
- Work at something you enjoy and that's worthy of your time and talent.
- Give people more than they expect and do it cheerfully.
- Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.
- Be forgiving of yourself and others.
- Be generous.
- Have a grateful heart.
- Take good care of those you love.
- Persistence, persistence, persistence.
- Discipline yourself to save money on even the most modest salary.
- Treat everyone you meet like you want to be treated.
- Commit yourself to constant improvement.
- Commit yourself to quality.
- Understand that happiness is not based on possessions, power or prestige, but on relationships with people you love and respect.
Collection of aphorisms from very old emails...
#Life #SelfDiscipline #Empathy
My son and some of his classmates got homework:
They had to create a survey in English using .
If you have a minute, would you mind helping them and replying?
Web survey powered by SurveyMonkey.com. Create your own online survey now with SurveyMonkey's expert certified FREE templates.
If you have a Custom URL:
"Jaana Nyström" -inurl:+Jaana Nyström
If you don't have a Custom URL:
Replace my name with yours and also the Google+ user ID.
You can find that by right clicking on your name on any post, copy the link, paste it and cut the 21-digit number.
Paste that in the search bar of Google+.
You get to choose between Best and Most Recent posts where you have commented.
#Jaanatip #Search #Comments #Googleplustips
Own a camera or a mobile device with a decent camera?
That's all you'll need to create your own stock photos.
Think sharing no matter where you go: I took this pic in a supermarket with my phone.
Not in a tulip field. :-)
Could've fooled many?
Keep your eyes open and your camera ready.
Taken with my Nexus 5.
#Photos #Jaanatip #SocialMedia