Log into your Google+ account and go to Circles page. Create a new circle and name it “Evernote-Share” or anything you want.
Click “Add a new person” and paste in the email address you found earlier. You’ll need to give it a name to save it.
Save Note from Google+
To save a new note, enter desired content (text, image, video or link), choose the “share” circle to save it to. make sure to chose the Evernote circle only.
Note: Your shared posts will show up in your Google+ stream, but will be visible only to you. You can delete it from there if you like.
Google+ for brainstorming and collaboration
On Google+ start a new circle and name it whatever group that you’re going to populate it with i.e. your class, co-workers or project team.
Add the individuals to the circle. Then share posts, documents, videos etc with them.
If someone isn’t on Google+, the platform is now open to everyone. All they need is a gmail account.
Using Google+ to manage leads
I have a circle for people I meet at networking events as well as on my regular social media platforms. These are folks that could be future clients or who have expressed an interest in social media. So I share information with them and make the circle my own version of Quora.
It’s a great way to build credibility and nurture leads..
Ray Hiltz is a Social Media Strategist with management roots in restaurant, hotel and performing arts.
A strong proponent for the power of collaborative communication and "humanized" digital networking, Ray writes about social media, social business and Google Plus.
His clients include hotels, restaurants, consulting firms, entrepreneurs, writers and individuals just trying to make sense of "social".
Ray is a popular speaker on Social Media, Social Business and Google+.