Thursday, December 27, 2012

2013 PROMO: Google+ communities for virtual worlds. G+ more friendly than Facebook to virtual world names

Google+ communities for virtual worlds 
G+ more friendly than Facebook to virtual world names
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Virtual world names: Google+ lets you use 
Virtual world communities in Google+
Outworld communities with virtual world connections


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2 comments:

  1. Hey Selby! I just wanted to add a couple of points:
    1. G+ policy explicitly states that avatar names, or pseudonyms, are illegal
    2. My avatar name was automatically rejected the first time I registered,
    3. I used appeal option, citing websites that referred to me by my avatar name to prove that I have anestablished online identity as virtualchristine. This resulted in a suspension until they had decided what to do
    4. I lost my first appeal, and was informed per email I could appeal again.This time the appeal option didn't have anywhere to enter links or documents, just a contact box, and I offered to send them blog stats. My suspension continued, and I was not notified per email of a second appeal, so I didn't know what was going on.
    5. My suspension was suddenly lifted with no e mail communication. Then I could use my account normally. It took about two weeks the second time.
    6. THERE IS A LIMIT; I THINK IT IS TWO TO HOW MANY TIMESXPER YEAR YOU CAN CHANGE YOUR G+ NAME!! READ THE NAMES POLICY CAREFULLY!!
    Gee, that was more than a couple! Good Luck everyone!

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    1. Thanks for the info. Not as friendly as I hoped. I am glad you got to use your established online name.

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