Through over 100 books, mostly computer-related, the author has mastered a fun but information packed style that gives you exactly what you want up to speed on Plus with minimal effort and maximum results. Google+ or Plus (the terms are interchangeable) was written for everyone. This book mirrors that concept and is written for everyone from us techheads (early adopters) to delightful old Aunt Mable and the rest of the Thursday Night Bridge Club. Because social networking exists for all people and we are all people all of us are plusses on Plus.
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