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G+ Hangouts How To

If you’re new to our community, or to Google+, you’ll want to take advantage of Video Office Hours.

One of our most popular member benefits, these are free, public, LIVE sessions with Scott Fox conducted via webcam and chat rooms. 

You can watch the calls live here on OR also live on the Click Millionaires YouTube channel here.

But the most fun is if you "tune in" online through Google’s free “Hangouts on Air” webcasting service. 

If you do, you'll be able to participate yourself via webcam! 

Then you can ask questions to Scott and the group, see your Click Millionaires friends “for real” via webcam, and have fun learning more about Internet business and lifestyle design together.

How to Join Video Office Hours sessions on Google+: 

Start by joining Google+ - you likely already have an account if you are using Gmail.  

Here also are two helpful articles that can help guide you through the signup process:



Then, once you are a G+ member:

  1. Search for Click Millionaires and “follow” this page “Click Millionaires Lifestyle Entrepreneurs”.  (This is like adding a friend on Facebook.)
  2. A few minutes before the call time that is posted on the front page of, log in to your Google+ account.
  3. Use the top left menu to pull down and look in the EVENTS section.  Look for an invitation from Scott Fox or the Click Millionaires page to join the Video Office Hours Hangout.  (Or search for it to join yourself if we missed inviting you somehow.)
  4. Click on the Join Hangout or other button to join us!  (IF this is hard to find, click on the TITLE of the Hangout Event - that should bring you to the right place.)
  5. If you are one of the first 10 people to arrive, you can even  participate in the webcast and will be included in the video, too.  Please think up some questions to ask to take advantage of the session.

Don’t forget to comment and +1 and share the “show” with your friends on Google+ during the webcast to help support the show and keep this free site?

Looking forward to seeing you soon during Video Office Hours!



Comment by Kevin McClellan on November 12, 2013 at 1:47pm

The only way I have figured out how to be ready is I log into Gmail and turn the chat on.  Then the invite comes through.  I honestly could not figure out how to turn that on while logged into Google+ and think being logged into Gmail (if you have it) is easier if you are wanting to accept a Google Hangouts request.  Just make sure the chat is on in the lower left side of the screen (below all the labels/folders/tags).

Comment by Christine Corretti on November 12, 2013 at 6:25pm

Is the gmail chat equipped with a camera?

sorry to sound naive. I never used chat before.

Comment by Scott Fox on November 12, 2013 at 6:48pm

Thanks for those tips, Kevin.

Christine - This is not "chat" (which usually means a text-only interface).  

Google Hangouts are webcam-enabled webcast video/audio streams. That means that you'll be able to see and hear me live and, if you are logged in and have your webcam on also, that I'll be able to see and hear you, too.

At least that's true for the first 10 people to show up for each session.  If you are not one of the first (or don't want to participate and be visible), then you can just watch me and the other folks who have their webcams on.

Thanks for asking so I could explain that a little better.



Comment by Christine Corretti on November 12, 2013 at 6:59pm

 Thanks. I'll try to join the fun!

Comment by Chuck Landi on January 18, 2014 at 6:09am

This will be my first. I am looking forward to it. I have questions that I need answers to.


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