"What? What's that you say? I'm sorry, I can't hear you." That may have been what Google+ users were saying before, but not now. When Google allowed businesses to create business profiles on their shiny new social network, called Google+ Pages, business owners and marketers were excited to get started and many jumped at the chance. Many more, though, were disappointed to find out that, unlike personal accounts, Pages cannot circle other users unless they've been circled first. On both Twitter and Google+, the only time you see content from someone else is when you follow or circle them.