The White House Joins Google+, Add Them To Your Circles

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Following the steps of President Obama, The White House administration has now finally entered into the fastest growing social network Google+. The White administration on their newly made Google+ page are planning to host regular ‘Hangouts’ with general public – these ‘Hangouts’ will be conducted by different administration officials on different topics and issues.

The White House on their official blog states:

Starting today, we’re excited to announce that you can follow the White House on Google+. On day one, President Obama made clear that this Administration is committed to public engagement and participation. That’s why we launched the We the People petitioning tool and why you can find the White House on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other places around the web. These are just some of the ways that we aim to engage with Americans on the issues that matter the most — and now, we’re pleased to add Google+ to this list.

On the White House Google+ page, you’ll find news from the blog, behind the scenes photos and videos, plus chances to participate. We hope you’ll add your voice to the discussion and share the things you find interesting with people in your circles.

One’s who are interested in following all the behind the scene stuff directly from an official source can always add them to their circles by clicking here.

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