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Testing post integration with Google+ this week

Posted on Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 in site by Ian
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If you’re a Google+ social networking fan, we’ll be experimenting with post syndication on our Google+ page this week.

As always, we don’t use social networking features malware widgets on DangerousPrototypes.com to better protect your privacy. We do syndicate posts to Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+ if you’re into that.

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3 Responses to “Testing post integration with Google+ this week”

  1. Ian says:

    Looks like that was a big fail :) We’ll see if it comes up later.

  2. jone says:

    Just my 2p worth, but I have mixed feelings about post syndication.

    Perhaps I’m in a minority (or not the target audience), but I already follow the blog through an RSS feed, and don’t necessarily want to see all the same content again in Google+ (I had to drop adafruit from my Google+ because the volume of posts was overwhelming any other content in my circles).

    Not meaning to be negative, would just rather see different content on the social media side..

    • Ian says:

      Cool, thanks for the feedback. I’m also an RSS user, and I only do social media with my hardware friends, and not personally. It’s been unclear to me how many people use those services instead of RSS or reading a blog, or in addition too.

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