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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Robert King 2012-08-27 11:07:07just testing out http://publiccircles.appspot.com/addcircle
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Amanda Blain 2012-05-25 16:13:48*Web Developer Circle*
One of my largest and oldest circles... If you need some web work, or love talking web code in php, java, html, css, .net, asp and more... They are here!
As always if you would like to be in this circle.. feel free to comment with what languages you speak... and share with any coders you know not ...
|#coder #asp #circleallthedevs #html #webdeveloper #webdev #circle #developers #php|
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Amanda Blain 2012-03-27 22:12:45*Web Developer Circle*
One of my largest and oldest circles...These people have requested to be a part of this circle. If you need some web work in php, java, html, css, .net, asp and more... They are here!
Most have listed their languages here on the original post from July
|#coder #asp #html #webdeveloper #webdev #developers #php|
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Amanda Blain 2011-10-12 04:16:34Since did it... I figured I should too! Here are my favourite Tech posters, web/programming developers and other miscellaneous geek-y type people! ...
Don't know what your Google+ ID number is? You can find it in your browsers address bar on your profile page. Or use this link: http://plus.google.com/me For example: My profile page is: https://plus.google.com/102235836543922327908/posts and my Google+ ID is 102235836543922327908
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