One of the biggest flaws of Google's algorithm is suggesting only known entities: you'll find already popular people and pages there. But some of the real gems in the G+ community are the folk who you've never heard about, because they don't have the same large following.'s new "explore" feature does that: It highlights interesting content, regardless of whether it comes from someone with 78 followers or someone with 100,000 followers. What a great way to find new people, and increase your general knowledge.
Hats off toand the rest of the amazing crew, for yet again filling in a big hole in what the G+ community needs!
Reshared post from +Jaana Nyström
What’s Hot in your country?
Starting today you can find some very hot google+ posts on/
The main target of CircleCount is to let you find interesting people and posts which are not on the #SUL (=suggested user list; https://plus.google.com/getstarted/follow) or on the “What’s hot” section of Google+ (https://plus.google.com/explore).
That’s why the rules to get a post into this list is addicted to the number of followers. You can get even a post with only 16 reshares into this list.
Another target of CircleCount is transparency.
That’s why you will find a clear description on this page, how you can get a post there.
You can also filter these posts by the country or the continent where the author of the post is located.
Here are some examples:
► United Kingdom
► United States