With the great help of 朝山貴生 (Takao Asayama) our japanese visitors will be able to browse through the pages of CircleCount.com in their own language. The translation to japanese was a big milestone since it’s not “only” translating everything to another language but also using another charset. This is something that has to be considered for example in our statistic pages, where everything is rendered as an image.
朝山貴生 (Takao Asayama)
We want to thank Takao for the whole work!
We are happy to have such a good partner in Japan and are looking forward for the next steps!
In CircleCount.com we are working with a lot of data coming from Google+. That leads to the expectation that the search on such a website has to be fast.
Unfortunately we are not directly related to Google, so we don’t have the resources Google has. But we are trying our best
Today we have done some optimizations so that the search on our startpage got faster. It’s just the first step, since we know that you are used to get your results in very short time. We are working on even more optimizations, so stay tuned.
A new feature regarding the search is the option to use a wildcard. You can use a “*” as a wildcard for multiple chars.
Search with a wildcard
Try it out.
Any feedback is welcome, so that we can optimize CircleCount.com together with you.
Wen-Ai Yu, who is working at Google, has announced before some hours, that a verification process is available at Google+:
We’re starting to roll out verification badges on profiles so you can be sure the person you’re adding to a circle is who they claim to be. Check out the video below (or my profile) to see what these verification badges look like.
For now, we’re focused on verifying public figures, celebrities, and people who have been added to a large number of Circles, but we’re working on expanding this to more folks.
Today we are launching a new way to compare two profiles in Google+.
It’s a feature with a short name: A vs. B
You have two input fields on this page, where you can find the profiles you want to compare. Just start typing within these fields and you will get a suggestion list of the available profiles for this comparison.
A vs. B @ CircleCount.com
We have seen a lot of data and can you present some interesting “fights”:
In Germany Nicole (0511web.de) was the first one to write an article, in which all providers of ranking tools were mentioned. It is more than interesting to see how many ranking-sites were build in such a short time. Moreover it is interesting to see the development process of each indiviual site, in such an early stage.
Google+ Linkliste und Verzeichnisse rund um Google+ Nicole @ 0511web
Differences are for example:
the clarity of the design and the navigation
different ranking tools from Germany or the USA
the ranking tools from the US have a little advantage, since they have got more attention. Conclusion of the US press; they watch and write more often about small internet projects than the german press does (interested in the internet)
how are profiles caught and how many become evaluated / processed
kindness and Spirit
We are more than happy that we were mentioned in this blog.
We are proud to see a new interesting way to use CircleCount.com.
Joshua Kevin searched in the Top 100 of Indonesia and found the most followed persons from Indonesia to take an interview. Very interesting questions and even more interesting answers. You can find the interviews on Penn Olson.
More interesting for us at CircleCount.com is that after 2 days the Top 100 in Indonesia has changed a lot. Diki Andeas is still Nr. 1, but Enda Nasution who was Nr. 2 is now at the 5th position in Indonesia, that means there is a lot dynamic in Google+ in Indonesia.