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are there any terms against sharing a post or link to Google + ?

Posted on 2016-09-12
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Hello and Good Morning Everyone,

            For purposes of social media marketing, I am interested in sharing a post and link onto Google+.  I assume Google+ is yet another social media network similar in concept to Facebook and Twitter.  At any rate, I do have an option to share some things to Google+.  However, I do not want my efforts to come across as spamming.

            Any tips or suggestions for using Google+ as an option for social media marketing will be appreciated.

            George
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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you will lose people from your circles if it is 'spamming' and added to more circles if found to be beneficial. If you have to ask then one should really think things out..
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Hi David,

         Yeah, I am sure you are right.  I need to research this more.

         Have a good one.

         George
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