Add Stratepedia (and others) to your circles on Google+

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Google has finally made it so businesses and organizations can create pages for themselves on the upstart Google+ social network. I’ve added a page for Stratepedia, so now you can keep up-to-date with us there (as well as over Twitter, Facebook, or plain old email!).

Following Stratepedia on Google+ is as easy as following anybody else there–just head over to our profile page and click the Add to Circles button. You can also search for Stratepedia (and other favorites) in the search bar at the top of the Google+ interface. Not on Google+ yet? Sign in with your Google account and set up a profile–it only takes a few minutes. Check out our past coverage of Google+ to get started from there.

Want to create a page for your own business or organization? Google makes that easy, too–just fill out a few fields for a new profile, upload an image, and you’re ready to go!

Image: Clement Ng on Flickr


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Aaron Sumner

Aaron Sumner is the Director of Technology for Research and Development at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has worked in web development and instructional technology since 1994.