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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Peg

Writer & Social media strategist
Co-author of The Art and Science of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with Guy Kawasaki. Social media is my passion. And my job. 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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Comments

  1. 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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