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How Does Someone Find Links You Provided on Your Google + Account?

This article doesn't really fit under any of the categories as far as I'm concerned. I have a question about Google+ as I know many of you are more versed in that platform than I am currently. I've roamed around there a lot in the past, but not so much recently.

As some or many of you may know already, I recently joined a new website called tsu. It's set up like facebook, but you earn money there. The only way for a new person to join is to get there via a link provided by another user. Therefore, I finally got my tsu short code link, which is what is needed to access the site and join up if desired, or join and check it out and if you don't want to proceed that is entirely up to you.

I did place my shortcode in my profile there, I think, where you can list websites you're involved in. then a bit ago I thought I'd check to see if I could find that link and I could not. Now, probably many of you could find it, but not everyone is website savvy for each and every website. If I took a day and hung out there, I'd probably remember all of this, but I don't want to have to do that.

So, my question to any that read this, is if you are familiar with Google+ (plus), is my link visible? Can you find it when looking for it? I'm not asking you to click the link, just tell me if I placed it in the correct spot, for I cannot tell, :p.

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Kasman wrote on November 9, 2014, 4:15 PM

I took a look and your link to Tsu is there and is working properly. I have heard quite a bit about this site but since I don't like Facebook I don't think I'll be joining any time soon.

Ruby3881 wrote on November 10, 2014, 3:38 AM

As Kasman says, your Tsu link is alive and well on Google+. The person has to go to your "About" tab, and not your main profile page where your feed is located. When I linked my G+ on Bubblews, I linked directly to that About page to make it easier for folks to find my referral links for here, Tsu, etc.