How To Get Vanity URL For Your Google+ Account?

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It has been some time for Google to launch its much-anticipated social networking bet Google+ also getting considered as “The answer of Facebook”. From the very first day of launch users are fascinated towards its features and constantly comparing it with Facebook to identify the gaps. One such missing feature in Google+ which is responsible for making thing cumbersome – vanity URL of your Google+ profile. In simple words, a feature for publicizing your Google+ profile using a short URL.

Though, Google may take some time to come out many such features, users and developers across the globe,apparently, are in no mood to wait. Consequently, we have seen many third-party apps or plugins of Google+ which have been released in last few days to make your Google+ account much responsive.

The developers of “Gplus.to” are among one of them. This small and smile app allows you to obtain a vanity URL of your Google+ profile in just few seconds. Instead of mentioning your traditional & awkward Google+ profile URL, which also contains your profile ID – a possible threat to security, in your email or at open web, you can link through Gplus short URL.

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To obtain Gplus vanity URL, you need to enter your name, which will be your username, and Google+ profile ID.

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  1. http://gplus.cm works a lot better. No one can spoof your Google+ profile since it validates to make sure you are the actual owner of the profile you’re creating a nickname for.

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