The Lunch Bunch Discuss Google Plus and Marketing

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Google+ Lunch Hangout Sept 24

How do we get the Google Plus curious to being Committed?

(Please no jokes that if you’re on Google Plus you should be committed…)

We tackled big topics over the last few weeks on our weekly Tuesday Google+ Tips & Topics Lunch Hangout On Air: personal branding, online engagement and the changing definition of marketing.

This week, I thought it would be fun to share our experiences using Google Plus with those who are curious about the platform and who may have already put a toe in the water.

 

What shortcuts do we use?

What tips can we share to make it more efficient?

Why is it worth climbing the steep learning curve?

Great ideas and tips sprouted forth from the marketing and business experts on the panel:

David F “SmallBizDavid” Leopold, Randy Bowden, Bill Vick, David Schwartz and Scott Scowcroft.

 

If you’d like to join our Google+ Tips & Topics Community, subscribe to my weekly newsletter above and I’ll send you an invitation. 

Check out our weekly Google+ Tips & Topics Lunch Hangout every Tuesday at 12:15 pm ET.

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About Ray Hiltz

Ray Hiltz is a Google Plus Specialist and Social Media Strategist helping small businesses establish their brands and build their communities on the social web. A strong proponent for the power of collaborative communication and "humanized" digital networking, Ray writes about social media, social business and Google Plus. His clients include hotels, restaurants, consulting firms, entrepreneurs, writers and individuals just trying to make sense of "social". Ray is a popular speaker on Social Media, Social Business and Google+.

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