If you are struggling to get the engagement and attention you desire, chances are you are missing something important.
That something might me the right data.
Data you can act on in order to optimize your social media efforts.
You want to get insights about your collections?
We have your back?
You are active on other social media platforms and want to see who of your engagers there is active on G+ as well?
We got you covered!
Go to http://www.circlecount.com/pro/ and explore all the features that get you back on the right track!
Chances are you drink coffe every now and then. For the cost of one you get a whole month of CircleCount PRO. Including all of the features supporting you on your way to success we have to offer.
On top of all the features you get when you subscribe, you’ll also support us tremendously!
We really need every dollar/euro/yen we can get, which is why we lowered the price to make it affordable for everyone.
Just go to http://www.circlecount.com/pro/ and try it our yourself for a whole 14 days – no credit card required!
Thank you for your support!
You or your business is on Google+?
You want to get to know your interactors better?
You believe in data to be the key to business success?
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You’ll get deeper analyses about your interactions, insights into your collections, insights into your pictures and much more!
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Stay tuned, there’s a lot to come!
Offering free features can get expensive and we are always looking for new ways to let you support us and keep the free features free.
Either by offering special services (like our business services or the coming premium services) or by a way which doesn’t mean any loss of money for you (like described here).
The next time you want to buy something on Amazon, you can open at first our Amazon page and click on the button for your country. That’s it!
You will have to pay exactly the same price at Amazon and we will get a few cents for each product. A win-win situation.
Thanks a lot for every click!
We are proud to present the new CircleCount Shop, where you will be able to buy some great shirts, mugs, flip flops and more…
They are all designed by +Rick Lutz our fantastic star designer. So a big thank you to Rick as well.
With every item to buy you support CircleCount with 1-3$, which we really hope is ok for you guys.
We have started with a .com and .de shop, which you can reach under the following URLs:
Both shops are in English and you can find the same articles in both shops, but you can save some shipping costs by selecting the one or the other (for example the .com for USA and .de for Europe).
We are looking forward to see your photos with CircleCount! 😉
Yesterday we saw a decrease in the follower number of the most Google+ profiles. Here is a post by +Markos Giannopoulos who posted as one of the first about this change.
It looks like Google+ made a Spring Cleaning and a lot of spam-profiles / bots have been removed. Google+ is doing that regularly, but this time the loss was higher than in the past.
We have created a new page showing the Average Follower Growth on Google+ for every day. To calculate this number we are checking all profiles with more than 5,000 followers and their daily change in the follower number. Right now the chart looks like that:
We can clearly see the Spring Cleaning of yesterday. The average growth is updated every hour, so that we will see in the coming days probably the average growth getting back to 0.1 – 0.2 %.
It is real uncommon to see people being happy about less followers, in that case we can absolutely understand this feeling, since we all “lost” bots in the follower lists.
Have you also seen a drop in your follower number?
You can check your profile here.
Today we are launching CircleCount.com in French! You can find the French pages at http://fr.circlecount.com/
CircleCount is now available in 9 languages!
With the great help of Yann Fageol our French visitors will be able to browse through the pages of CircleCount.com in their own language.
We want to thank Yann for the whole work! He is self employed as a Google+ trainer and consultant at witseo.fr and running the Google+ community Aide Google+ pour tous Community.
We are very happy to have such a good partner in France!
Google+ allows us to upload animated gifs, you have probably seen a lot of them.
These gifs can be used for fun or to create visual how-tos. A great way to show a new feature or explain something you just found out with just one (animated) image.
LICEcap is a free tool (under GPL licence) to capture your screen and create an animated gif. We want to describe here the few steps you need to do to get your own animation.
- Download it from here and install it. There is a version for Windows and for OSX.
- After the installation you can start LICEcap and create your first animated screencapture. LICEcap is starting as a transparent tool. Move the visible border of LICEcap over the section of your desktop you want to capture.
- Click on “Record”, set the options (where to save the result, capture the mouse and/or the clicks or not) and click on “Save”.
- LICEcap will start capturing your screen 3 seconds after you click on “Save” so that you have time to move your mouse to its starting position.
- When you are finished, you can click on “Stop” or hit ctrl+alt+P so that you don’t need to move the mouse to the button (what would be captured).
Check out our demo:
Open the folder you have defined to put the gif. Drag&Drop the gif into a new tab of Chrome. This is how the gif will look like when you post it on Google+. If you are not satisfied with the result, create a new gif.
Creating it takes only as long as your animation will be!
On the 29th of December 2013 we have offered you a personalized infographic with a summary of your year on Google+.
A few hours later we have been overwhelmed with your feedback. Probably you liked it 😉
You can find this chart showing always the current data here.
As you can see in the chart we had a peak on Sunday evening (German time) only 12 hours after the launch. We have generated around 4 infographics per minute. This is a huge number for our small server, which has done a great job.
Almost 4,000 people have logged in on CircleCount on this Sunday with more than 2,000 completely new users on CircleCount:
These are huge numbers and will show some interesting peaks in our page showing the Key Performance Indicators of CircleCount.
The only problem was that we ran out of API calls, since the Google+ API calls have a daily limit. Fortunately Vic Gundotra jumped in and saved the situation:
One of the reasons we love Google+: The Google+ Team is listening, even on Sundays!
Right now more than 5,500 infographics have been created and the number is still growing.
Now, after you have read about the theory, here is one of these infographics:
You can still create your personal Year 2013 Infographic here.
Let’s see if we can get a new peak in the first chart 😉
A few days ago we have launched a new page called “The Google+ Elements”.
Here you can see the most followed people who fit to a chemical element.
+Mz Maau and +Geoff Dennehy mentioned that such a periodic table would be even more interesting with people only from the own circles. A great idea!
Today we are giving you the ability to put the people from your circles on a periodic table.
Short How-To: open this page, that’s it!
If you are not logged in on CircleCount you will see the Sign In button of Google+. After a click on this button you can authenticate who you are and login on CircleCount.
You don’t need to create any account on CircleCount or remember a new password.
On the page with your elements there is a button to reload the people from your circles. With this button you can not only update your circles but you can also choose which circles should be used for the periodic table. Just click on “Edit list” (or “Liste bearbeiten” like in the screenshot) and choose your circles.
An important privacy note: we won’t get any information about specific circles (for example their name or who is in one specific circle). We are getting through the Google+ API only a list of persons/pages that are included in one of the chosen circles. That’s absolutely enough for this feature and a great decision by Google+ to protect (y)our privacy.
After you have chosen your circles, we will check the persons/pages and put them on the periodic table on the place they belong to.
Feel free to make a screenshot and share it with your followers. A few of them will be probably on the screenshot 😉