How Can You Create a Google+ Page? We Did!

November 10, 2011 | By | Reply More

Most of our readers would have already heard that Google+ has launched its Business pages. We also have made a Google+ Page to aid our readers keep themselves updated through that page. You can see our Google+ page here.

As we have made the page, we thought writing down how to do so might be a good idea so that any of our readers interested in making a page would get some help. Below we have enumerated all the steps. It is very easy and hardly takes 5 minutes.

Step 1:

Sing in to your Google+ using the Gmail username and Password.

Step 2:

Scroll to the very bottom of the page. You will see a ‘Create Page’ link at the end. Click it and you will be redirected to a new page.

Step 3:

This page will list a set of categories that can be selected. We were confused as to what we should select as our website is related to tech news and did not fit into any category properly so we just selected Products and Brands.

Step-4:

After selecting the category, the next page will ask for the name of the page, a website link, if there is any and then would ask you to adjust the privacy settings of the page. Agree to the terms and create ‘Create’ to get the page finished. Technically now your page has been created.

Step-5:

The next window will ask you for an image for your page and a tagline. Both of these are optional but no doubt very important if you want to make the page popular.

Step-6:

Once you are done with step 5, you will be guided to ‘wall’ of your page. Here the good thing is that you can either comment or post as the page or even as your Google+ username. Facebook will only let you be the page once you are commenting on it so this is an improved option.

Moreover any post you make will have different options which enable you to set visibility, editing and commenting option for it individually. If you ask us, Google+ business pages are not bad, they are definitively cool!

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