How to Use Google Currents [VIDEO]

How to Use Google Currents and WordPress

Google recently announced Google Currents.  It’s a mobile app that YOU can use to create a mobile “edition” of your WordPress site.  It takes about 15 minutes to setup (assuming you have a running WordPress site of course).

Once created, you’ll find your mobile edition on the Google Currents app.   There are two ways this could go…

  1. No one used Google Currents.  So what?  It only took 15 minutes and you’ve had chance to tell Google even more about your site.  This is never a bad thing.
  2. Everyone starts using Google Currents.  Nice!  You’re one of the first people to take advantage of this new platform.
Oh… did I mention it allows you to collect emails as well?

 

(Watch How to Connect Google Currents to Your WordPress Site on YouTube)

Ready to get started?  Here’s the link to setup your own Google Currents Edition.

If you want just the app, you can get Google Currents here.

I’ll be glad to try to answer any questions… just leave them in the comments below!

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  1. Eden R
    7 years ago

    Chris is this your favorite mobile wordpress theme? If not which one is?


    • Chris Mercer
      7 years ago

      Hi Eden – to be clear… Google Currents isn't an actual theme. It's a mobile app, developed by Google, that allows its users to browse mobile "editions" of various websites. The video shows you how to create and distribute that edition so users of Google Currents can see it.

      With that out of the way, I've not personally played too much with mobile themes, but Themeforest has some nice ones here: http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress/mobile


  2. Steve
    7 years ago

    Nice one Mercer. I had never even heard of this till i saw your email…. Looks very interesting.

    Knowlsey


    • Chris Mercer
      7 years ago

      Yeah… still in the early stages of exploring, but it's interesting for sure!


  3. Richard Crook
    7 years ago

    That's really cool Mercer, thanks for putting this together


  4. Caroline J
    7 years ago

    Mercer – how do you find these little gems! This looks really interesting and as you say, if nothing comes of it, then fine. But something else to flash at Google to make 'em notice us!
    Thank you for the heads up.
    Caroline


    • Chris Mercer
      7 years ago

      It must be all that speed reading I do! 😉


  5. Teri
    7 years ago

    Thanks Mercer,
    I have heard some talk of Google making all sites have a mobile version by some future date?Will setting up keep us from being delisted once Google's mobile rules take place?


    • Chris Mercer
      7 years ago

      I can only guess as to what Google has planned, but it's always a good idea to make sure you have a mobile-friendly site. Setting up Google Currents would be a great first start, but I'd also make sure your site loads well using a mobile browser.


  6. Trish
    7 years ago

    Hi Mercer and thanks for this. I've now got it all set up to the point where I tried to get the app on my IPhone….unfortunately it's not available in the UK yet…..try it out in the States then let the Brits go to town on it lol….so I guess I just need to wait for that bit. All set up though and that's the main thing – thanks again to your wonderful tuition. Trish


    • Chris Mercer
      7 years ago

      Hmm… not sure when it\’s going to cross the pond. Hopefully soon!

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