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Use Facebook ‘Mobile Upload Email Address’ To Post Updates From Google+

Google+ has obviously been perceived as a threat to Facebook; with the multitudes of apps and extensions aimed at pulling your Facebook data and exporting it to Google+, Facebook has had its work cut out trying to block them all. The limited number of Google+ invites coupled with Facebook’s no-one-use-Google+ efforts means it will be some time before anyone can fully migrate to the new service but for early adopters who have scored a Google+ account and are using it resiliently, there is a way to update Google+ from Facebook using the mobile upload email address provided by Facebook and keep the best of both worlds updated.

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Sign in to Facebook and visit the mobile page (www.facebook.com/mobile), copy the email address and  add it as a contact in Google+. You might want to create a separate and exclusive circle for it. Whenever you post an update or status message to Google+, make sure you include the circle with your Facebook mobile upload account.

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If you don’t want an update going to your Facebook wall, simply exclude the circle when you post an update on Google+. Your Facebook wall will be updated within seconds of posting on Google+ as ‘Via Email’.

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[via Lifehacker]

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