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I'm the admin of a Google+ Business Page. If I post to it from my Google+ profile by choosing it from the circle drop-down menu, the posting shows as John Doe Shared a post with you instead of normal post entry. Is there a way to post to a Google+ Business Page from a Google+ Profile?

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You can just go to the Pages -> Manage this page -> and do whatever you want. All your activities will be posted as your Google+ Business Page.

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Open up the main menu and choose "Pages"

main menu

Select the page you want to manage

Page management

(Alternatively, just pull down the account menu and select your page.)

account select menu

If you look in the upper right of the page you should see your page name and logo. Anything you do here you'll do as your page (just as you would from your normal G+ profile).

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Just like in Facebook, I do not believe that it is possible for a Page owner to post to the Page whilst looking like themself: if an owner posts to it, they are always show as the Page not as the owner's personal profile.

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Here is more about the Google+ Pages:


Manage the Pages via the Dashboard:


Great tutorial with video from Martin Shervington about the Google+ for business:


I hope these are helpful!

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