How Complete is Your Google+ Profile

How Complete is Your Google+ Profile

Do you have a Google+ profile?

If not, you may want to consider a Google+ experiment. Try it out. Look around. See what you think.

If you have been using Google+ for several months, as I have, I want to encourage you to take 12 minutes, today, to revisit your profile.

I joined G+ in July, during the first weeks of the beta. In those 5 months, plenty has changed in my life and business. I know — even without clicking over to my profile — that I need to update it.

 See? There is no mention here of this website, of my other Twitter account (@12MinuteSMP), no link to my LinkedIn profile, no links to my Facebook pages, and no branding around this business. I am missing the opportunity to help new connections get a clear picture of who I and what value I offer.

So, the tip I offer to you today is (another) one that I need to complete myself.

Today’s Tip: Complete Your Google+ Profile

Set your timer for 12 minutes and review and update your Google+ profile. Make sure you include links to all your other social media accounts and websites. Be sure your branding reflects your current activities. If you don’ have a Google+ profile yet, use this time to start. If you need instructions, download my Social Media Quick Start Guide. Don’t forget to add me to your circles.

How will you update your Google+ profile, today?

My friend Wally Bock shares daily tips for leaders at the Three Star Leadership Blog. You can read his tips here

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About Becky Robinson

I am the owner of Weaving Influence and the leader of the Weaving Influence team. We help authors and thought leaders grow their online influence. I am also a wife and mom of three daughters, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, a good cup of coffee, and dark chocolate.

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