How to Import Facebook friends to Google Plus
Importing contacts to Facebook required to follow two steps.Facebook don’t allow Gmail service to import their data. only we can do using yahoo service. if you don’t have yahoo email address, please register and take a one for.
*If you do not have a yahoo email account just sign up and never use the yahoo email and just use it for this import trick
Now click on import contacts , you will be come which various options, where you wold like to import conatcs like Facebook,Yahoo.GMail and so on Simply click on facebook icon to start importing contacts from facebook
After you complete with importing contacts to yahoo, a message comes like as shown in below screenshot.
So, all your friends contacts in yahoo now, yahoo allow us to export those contatcs to various format.
Connect Yahoo Profile from Google Plus to import Facebook Contacts
Now simply loging to your google+ Account, and go to circle tab, and connect your yahoo profile from google plus account
That’s it, Now all you facebook contacts are now imported and accessible from google plus service. let me know any issue in steps of import facebook contacts to google plus.
I came across this Infographic today whilst reading a post on socialcommercetoday.com and had to post it along with this great little video “A LIFE ON FACEBOOK by Alex Droner” (embedded below). The article highlights that “There are 621 743 220 worldwide Facebook users, that means that 1 in 11 humans are active on Facebook”. This, together with this Infographic created by SocialBakersdemonstrates the continued vast growth of Facebook, with stats like “7.9 new account registrations per second”. These figures are already making previous 2011 Facebook Facts look out of date. If that’s not enough then here are some important Facebook figures for anyone who isn’t convinced that brands should be in this space:
The question is how can brands still need convincing of the opportunities that Facebook could offer them?
What a year it’s been in the land of social, and in particular, Facebook & Twitter. I won’t bore you with the 1000 statistics every one of you already knows about the growth of Facebook and Twitter this year, but I will show you this nice little infographic from Digital Surgeons, showcasing the breakdown of the 2010 social demographics on Facebook and Twitter, ready for a huge 2011.
At first glance there isn’t a lot in this, but I think it’s interesting t note that 67% of people on Twitter follow a brand (that they will purchase) in comparison to only 51% on Facebook, yet on Facebook 40% of all people follow a brand in comparison to Twitter’s 25%.