#Circloscope: Free Tool to Grow Your Google+ Audience

Warren Knight
Warren Knight Founder, Social Media eLearning

Posted on September 2nd 2014

#Circloscope: Free Tool to Grow Your Google+ Audience

 

Google+ is a great social network and one which most people are now turning to, in the hope of boosting their SEO. One of the main unique features for Google+ users is the ability to create circles and with this new, free tool called Circloscope, things just got a whole lot easier.

Circloscope is a great management tool that can help users grow an even more engaged following on Google+. To see exactly how Circloscope works, watch the YouTube video here.

Social media is all about building an engaging community and with Circloscope, you can do exactly that on Google+. Find out which users are sharing and commenting on your posts so you can add them to your circles and even go a step further and find out who is engaging the most, talking about the same topics as you are.

The video will show you how to add engaging users to your circles as well as also cleaning up circles by removing those who do not follow you back.

By being a brand advocate in Google+, you can get on the front page of Google (see below). SEO is so important and for you to become a brand advocate, you will need to find ways to build a community and using a free tool like Circloscope, will allow you to do this.

Free Tool to Grow Your Google+ Audience #Circloscope

Circloscope also allows you to create a “whitelist” so that when you want to clear out the people you follow, you can whitelist certain users so that they are never removed from your profile. You can also create and save queries, manage event invites, export profile information and filter your circles.

If you haven’t tried Circloscope, I recommend that you give it a go to make your Google+ life that little bit easier to manage, completely free of charge.

 

Warren Knight

Warren Knight

Founder, Social Media eLearning

For the last seven years I've specialised in helping business owners, marketing managers and entrepreneurs sell more products and services, through the convergence of Social Media, Digital Marketing and eCommerce. Delivering dynamic and engaging webinars, workshops and seminars on Digital Marketing & eCommerce and Business Growth through Investment and funding.

My entrepreneurial skills started after receiving a grant from the Prince's Trust at 22 for a music and clothing European Distribution Company. Focusing on business growth I became the director of a global stationary and accessory business working with Disney and Nickelodeon, growing a licensee from $5Million to $30Million selling to over 40 countries in a 5-year period achieving $1 Million sales in 1 month.

Winning various industry awards and co-founding two IT companies since 2010. The first being an eCommerce platform, getting £150,000 Seed Investment via "SEIS", valuing the business at £1M in less than two years. The second with a “Start Up Loan”, we've built an online learning platform, teaching people how to setup and use Social Networks for their business.

I have over 20 years' experience in marketing and selling products and services globally and seven years in social media and ecommerce. I’m a member of the Professional Speaking Association, a renowned international keynote speaker, trainer and coach, helping 1,000’s of Start Ups and SME's grow using Social Media, Digital Marketing and eCommerce.

As a 1-1 business coach and mentor, I help SME’s build their digital footprint and increase sales by up to 500%, I have a passion for upskilling entrepreneurs and regularly write from various digital marketing and business magazines reaching 100,000's of readers. I've also written three eBooks on Sales, International Growth and Social Media for Business, all of which can be found on Amazon.

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Comments

StephenSlavin
Posted on September 10th 2014 at 4:45AM

This looks like a really handy tool. I love Google+ and really wish more people would see the value in using it (personally I find it to be a much more relevant resource for my clients than Facebook in many cases).

I'll give this Circloscope a go, thanks for sharing Warren.