>A lot of people logged onto Google Wave but then their interest waned as they had very few contacts on it, or no one else ever really logged in anyway. Some tips on networking with Google Wave,

Search Public Waves

In order to search for all public waves on social media, type “social media with:public” in the Search tab on the wave Inbox (the middle column), as shown in the pic.

The search may be slow depending on your internet connection. You should see a list of the available waves. Click on any wave to open it.

Read Public Waves

A good way to check out interesting waves…

Playback: This feature lets you see how the wave evolves and get the feel of the entire conversation. Better than reading all of it, you can also see its chronological happening.

Follow: Following the wave will make it appear in your inbox. You can track any further edits or replies made by any one else.

Make your wave Public

A great way to spread your blogposts, have discussions on interesting stuff and more on Gwave is to start a wave and then make it public. To make it public, you have to add easypublic@appspot.com to the wave. Save this app as a contact so you can add it easily any time.

Put the necessary tags to the wave. The tag button is at the lower left hand side of that wave. You can add as many tags as you want.

Read more about marketing with Gwave from my blogpost here.

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  • >Google wave is too slow that is the reason people dont use it. Apart from that it is little bit complicated.

  • >I agree its slow.. I wonder whether it is slow in the US where the internet speeds are better.

  • >The integration with other services, such as twitter, facebook, flickr, orkut, google reader, email could make google wave popular in a very short time. This would eventually pull in all our online activity into one organized place. And we’d rarely need to leave it.

  • >I agree, I have been waiting for a good twitter apps since Gwave came out! The only one I know so far is the tweet-wave@appspot.com