CircleCount is an awesome tool to measure your Google+ influence and analyze your activities on Google+. CircleCount measures your comments, +1s received, reshares and tracks follower history and gives you a graphical analysis of the data.
CircleCount gives you an insight into your Google+ activities and other information you cannot easily gather from your Google+ profile page. Google+ certainly makes it easy for you to see how many people are following you just, but what if you’d like to know more? What if you’d like to know which of your post received the most reshares, comments, +1s. What if you’d like to know your Google+ country rank or the date you received most followers?
These metrics are a measure of your influence. CircleCount can be used to measure one’s total engagement, engaged spread and engaged depth. If you are a blogger or an internet marketer and will like to know how effectively your campaigns are going on Google+, then you definitely need CircleCount. CircleCount can help you measure your engagement on average so you will know how you are performing on Google+ among other things.
CircleCount Features: There are some awesome features of CircleCount you really don’t want to miss out on. You can use these features to gain deeper understanding of your Google+ profile, let’s look at some of these features.
The CircleCount follower map is an awesome feature of CircleCount that maps your followers on a global map, so you can see where your followers are coming from. Note the map may not be a total representation of all your followers as this feature can only map followers with public profiles and if you have over 10k followers only a proportionate segment of your followers can be map.
Circle map is yet another awesome feature of CircleCount and what it does is simply to show a map of people in your Google Plus Circles sorting them by countries so you can be able to see how many followers you have from each country.
There are other awesome CircleCount features you will definitely find interesting like the “Birthday” that shows the birthdays of the people in your circles among others.
The importance of CircleCount transcends just your profile activities, CircleCount can also monitor your growth and activity within any communities you own and your Google+ Pages.
You can also be able to find shared circles using CircleCount. Do you crave to grow your Google+ circles? Then check out http://www.circlecount.com/sharedcircles/. You can specifically search for any shared circle for example if you want a blogger circle you can simply search for bloggers and find a circle made up of bloggers that you can add to your circle.
When you have followers of same interest it simply helps improve your engagements as it’s easier for someone with same interest to reshare your posts, comments and +1 on them.
Join CircleCount and gain a better understanding of your Google+. All you need to do is simply to login using your Google+ account, you will be required to authorize its app on your Google+ account using OAuth when you are logging in for the very first time. After you have allowed the app access to your Google+ account, then you will be directed to your welcome page from where you can access the dashboard and other features.
Ryan Biddulph says
I like the tool Nwosu. Beefing up my G Plus efforts these days; CC seems like a good match for my needs.
Thanks for sharing!
Nate Leung says
I’ve personally never heard of Circle Count. This is a very interesting site. It’s almost like EdgeRank for Facebook. I will keep this mind and have a look down the line. Thanks Nwosu!
Nwosu Mavtrevor says
Thanks for your contribution, i hope you use the tool to the improvement of your Google+ engagement.
Nwosu Mavtrevor says
I bet you will find the tool quite interesting.
Interesting tool, Nwosu. I followed it here from your comment on Kingged.
I have to check it out more to see how to take advantage of it.
Never heard or used circle and I’m gonna check it out. Seems like it would surely help to analyze the google plus activities.
I’m gonna check out the circlecount once so that I can take more advantage of google plus.
Hi, I really like your article. I will keep coming here, Thanks