Sometimes it happens, that you get more followers a day, than usual. If this ever happened to you, you may wonder, if you have been included in a shared circle by someone famous on Google+. But how can you find out?
Try this form and insert your 21-digit Google+ Id into the search field and we lookup which circles you are in. This only works, if we have the shared circle already in our database.
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Chris Gilham 2012-08-30 17:47:38A circle of gamers please feel free to add yourself (if you are a gamer) and share
#xbox #psp #psvita
|#psp #playstation #psn #3ds #achievement #psvita #nintendo #wii #xbox #live|
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Martin ewings 2011-10-28 12:18:45Sharing my homebrew circle.. its a mix of a few peoples... and iv not weeded out all the noise... its more a beer circle anyway
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Al Everett 2011-10-27 16:51:16I can only share about half of the people in my "Beer People" circle. I guess I'd better divide it up. "Pros" vs. "Amateurs"? "Writers", "Brewers" and "Fans"?
How would you divide it up?
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Andrij “Andrew” Harasewych 2011-10-13 22:21:03I guess I'll need a BeerTwo Circle as well. At max capacity on my first one (didn't realize you can put in 950 but only share 500). I'll be splitting them into two, and probably adding a few more if you guys send me more circles! Anyone else have a beer circle to share? I'll be putting out some nice beer-centric content starting ...
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