Google Plus, the new social networking site trying to rival Facebook, reportedly already has more than 25 million registered users. Twitter and Facebook took more than three years to reach that level. And, unlike the aforementioned sites, Google Plus is not open to everyone because it is in beta, meaning it’s still a work in progress.
Joining requires an invite from someone who is already on the site, and a user must create a Google/Gmail account in order to get started. If you’ve signed on but haven’t done anything with your profile or if you have an invite pending in your inbox and are curious to see what Google Plus is all about, here are a few tips for getting started:
1. Get a Gmail account, if you don’t already have one.
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