Question About Google+ | Stuff To Know About The Persona Paper Image Wizard, Pixabay & URL Links
Anyone know anything about Google+? LOL. Okay, maybe that shouldn't be the question that I'm asking. Because everyone knows about Google+, right? Am I the only one who doesn't have a Google+ account? Yeah, I know, I'm so late to the party. But, hey, what's new? LOL.
So, anyway, to all the Google+ experts out there (read: that means you or pretty much anyone and everyone who has an account on that site)-
Should you make a Google+ Profile or a Google+ Page? Or both? Or do you need a profile first before being able to make a page? Or, if you actually get a choice about this, which one are you supposed to choose - the page or the profile ?
Something to take note of: so, I tried to use the image wizard here on Persona Paper again. I typed "Google+" in the search bar to look for pics from Pixabay but I got an error. See screenshot below. I then removed the + sign so I was only searching for "Google". Surprisingly, I no longer got an error. I then tried with the plus sign again and I got the same error, again. So, it looks like we can't use symbols on the Pixabay search bar here on Persona Paper .
Another note: there's a reason I added Google Plus in parenthesis as part of this post's title. It's because, without it, the URL of the article looks like this: question-about-google which isn't right at all since the question is about Google+ and not just Google. With the addition of the words in parenthesis, the article gets this URL: question-about-google-google-plus. While I don't like the repetition of the word "google", at least, the plus is actually there.
Note: I do get why the + sign won't appear in the URL. If I could edit the URL, I'd be using the word "plus" too. I'd just remove the second "google" since it's redundant to have it twice there. If you remove the "google" in the parenthesis in the title, that second "google" in the URL will disappear too but it's weird to just say "plus" in parenthesis, isn't it? Well, actually, it's weird to bother including the words in parenthesis since everyone should know what Google+ means but I had to add it here for the URL.
Ideally, it should be something like this:
Title: Question About Google+
URL link address: question-about-google-plus
So, what do you think? And does anyone know the answer to my question about Google+?
Final note: decided to change the title so don't be confused if you don't see the double "google" or the "plus" in the URL link. LOL
Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/google-plus-smartphone-mobile-phone-566338/ by geralt