- A circle for the noisy people
- A circle for the people in your industry that you love and admire
- A circle for the potential clients
- A circle for G+ info (ie this page)
- A circle for fun
- A circle for networking groups
- A circle for Fb, Twitter, Linkedin, EA friends
- 30 day G+ challenge Accountability Circle
A circle for the noisy people is exactly that! You may want to listen to popular people and see their conversations but they can just fill up your stream. So Circle them in one place. You know where they are and you can scan the conversations without them sapping your energy.
A circle for industry people is essential. Whether your industry is crafting or accounting you need to keep abreast of the news and what’s important to your readers and potential clients.
A circle for potential clients. It’s no secret I am also the communications director of a same day courier company. Business-wise my biggest expenditures are fuel and staff. If you are looking to start a conversation with me, put me in a client circle and see what I am talking about and what I am sharing. Think about who your potential clients are, and circle them.
As well as an eBook and emails, these pages are on the 30 day challenge site and my own website. Add them to a G+ circle so you can refresh your memory as you go along.
A circle for fun – in this circle you add those people that share funny video, lol cat gifs and the odd ribald joke. You never know when you may need a smile.
Belong to networking groups? Excellent, shove all those peeps into a circle. You’ll see further on in the G+ challenge why this is important.
People you only know from a certain location? Then add them to their respective circle – it prompts your memory as to where you know someone from. Met someone at a seminar or event? Tailor a circle to them.
[box type="note"]30 day G+ challenge Accountability Circle – yep, you have bought the book, subscribed to the emails and now we’re gonna check up on you (in a non-scary, non-stalker kinda way…). Here’s your incentive. Update the circle with your progress and if you have updated us for 30 consecutive days you win a space at an exclusive hangout with me and some other fab marketing peeps. You get to pick our brains on your chosen topic – how cool is that? And what an incentive![/box]
Bonus G+ circle tip:
I have a circle just for me. It’s like a personal bookmarking circle that only I can see. It’s where I add posts that I want to look over and study in more depth. It’s where I add videos and photos of things that I know I’ll use often. If you own private bookmarking circle appeals to you, then create one of those too.
How do you arrange your Circles? Share with us your tips in the comments.
This post is an extract from the upcoming 30 day Google Plus Challenge. Each day you’ll receive an email with tips and a task to boost your position on Google Plus. If you buy the ebook or Kindle version you’ll get more detailed information on how to set to your profiles and how to use them.
photo credit: Thomas Hawk
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