Five traits of a kick ass Plusser

Today’s Fab Five Friday is all about YOU Google+! I want to talk about the traits that make a kick ass Plusser. There are some people who are really rocking Google+ so I analyzed a bit to see what the successful people were doing and came up with some resources to help you get there too. So, is you a kick ass Plusser or ain’t ya?

Five traits of a kick ass Plusser

1. Posts consistently on Google+: reliable

2. Comments on other’s posts: engaging

3. Shares others posts: generous

4. Hangouts out with their Plusser peeps: social

5. Rocks a few communities: super social

You’re on Google+, now what? Is a great resource as well. The good news is that you can do all this yourself! So, is you a kick ass Plusser or ain’t ya?

Photo courtesy of by The Hamster Factor via Creative Commons.

Article by Peg Fitzpatrick

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Author & Social media strategist at Lucky Clover Media
Social media is my passion. And my job. I've built a thriving social media platform of over 1,000,000 followers. Co-author of The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with Guy Kawasaki. I'm here sharing my professional experience working day to day in the trenches of social media, marketing, and blogging. I work with global brands and leaders in the social media sphere every day. I've spearheaded successful social-media campaigns for Motorola, Audi, Google, and Virgin as well as having been a brand ambassador for Kimpton Hotels. I work with the best brands and make them even better! I'll share tips and tricks, provide positive inspiration and answer social media questions through the content that I create and curate. What sets me apart? I'm an innovative idea girl that follows through and gets the job done. Social media is my career, not just a hobby.

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  1. Scottatsm4hc says

    Learn something new every time I read one of your posts, Peggy, and you really hit the ball out of the park with this one. 
    +1 :)

  2. says

    Great advice and resources here, Peg. 
    You could add that if people want to know how to be “personable” in a digital space, they should circle you. But that would appear a bit egotistical so I’ll do it for you. 😉
    Circle Peg!
    Appreciate the link. 😉

    • says

      newraycom Circling is very important! It does create the connection with people. I need to spend time working on my circle management and sharing of my new circles once I create them. The administrative tasks in social media sometimes take the backseat.
      Thanks for saying hi on my blog. :)

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