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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Full Circle 2012-08-23 03:30:19Welcome New Followers You've been Circled 8.22.12
This circle only contains people who have circled us since our last update. Want to be included in the next "New Followers" circle update? Just add us to your Circles (new circlers only, sorry, we can't add you if you don't circle us).
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Georg Mir 2011-10-10 00:02:19So actually one of my friends and colleagues (who happens to be a Gamer) does not want me to promote his account. This is getting tough, because G+ is (of course) totally backwards. Everyone can add, but not everyone is going to be able to read your stuff.
In trying to respect his wishes I had to create a copy of my Gamers circle; just ...
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David Hill 2011-10-09 19:30:33Oh yeah. Here's 500 of the people from my Gaming Circle. If you're interested in that sort of thing, you should consider adding them.
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