Here’s how you can get an invite to Google+ right now

Here’s how you can get an invite to Google+ right now

Surely by now you’ve sent out loads of invites to Google+. If that’s the case, then you’ve also probably heard that some of your invited people are being stonewalled by Google, saying that the system is overloaded. Well, we still have a way that it will work, at least until Google decides to catch it:

Oh, first off, make sure you’re using Chrome!

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  1. Create a circle called invite.
  2. Add people who have Gmail accounts to it.
  3. Create a post and address it to only the invite circle.
  4. Those people should now get an email asking them to sign up for Google+

We’ve tested it and it works…as of now. So get inviting, start importing your friends and let’s make this thing really take off.

But you didn’t hear it from us…

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