Six Quick Tips for Google+ Ignore the “Notifications” graphic that magically appears at the top of all your Google pages. Clicking on it is a waste of time. Just let it be. Please don’t let things “Hang Out” when you use the Hangouts feature. That’s what Chat Roulette is for. Create a Hell circle, so
I’d love to give you my opinions about the new Google+, but unlike EVERYONE else int he blogging community, I haven’t gotten to use it yet. No invite for John. So, for those of us on the outside, I am posting the next best thing — a virtual ton of links to posts about Google+.
Like much of the world, I recently found myself obsessed with the game Angry Birds (aff). It’s available on several mobile platforms, but I play on my iPod Touch. It’s a fun game in which you launch birds (why a flying creature needs to be launched, I’m not sure) at various structures trying to defeat
She talks about the phenomenon of ad blindness, which is people’s ability to ignore ads so effectively that they don’t even recall seeing them. It’s a problem web sites deal with all the time. People know where the ads are supposed to be and they just ignore them to the point that they don’t even see them and certainly don’t remember them later. The only way to break through is to say or do something that resonates.