Google Plus Hangouts can be maximized and repurposed, summarized and cross-posted. It starts with the time stamp.
I set up my Google Plus account and created my first post in August 2011. For the first two years, I found Google Plus to be a ghost town. All that changed in July 2013.
I am always on the lookout for ways to be more productive. Anything that saves me time, changes my life. Here are a few things that I swear by.
Posts and photos are basic features in Google Plus, but if you get to know how to use them, you’ll be surprised how much can do!
There are thousands of Google Plus how-to videos, but I have found a series that makes all the others unnecessary. Here’s a summary of the first in five, including time stamps that make it easy to find exactly what you need without having to watch the whole video.
I rely on Google Plus for 90% of my social network activity, yet there are still lots of people who are either unaware of its benefits, or unwilling to give it a chance. Let me dispel some of the mystery.
My live tweet stream that captured highlights of an interview with Max Minzer and Dan Shure sharing tips for tapping your creativity to develop blog content.
Images and infographics can be effective in translating complex concepts. This is a visual graphic based on a 7-page written report from a strategy session.