Oh Em Effing Gee! What an edition, today.
So much so that I’ve made a pdf of it and uploaded it to Scribd – you can download it from the bottom of this post or view today’s edition on Scribd.com.
If you’re new to G+ or just learning the ropes, this article covers the essentials and many intricacies the power-users of our wonderful platform are, as yet, unfamiliar with.
- talks G+ Twitter Chat
- takes a look at the Google+ #hovercard
— your mini-business card now available across the entire suite of Google products and services
- how to use Communities & Pages for content curation.
I’ll definitely be checking that last one out, Stephan; top man!
+Social Media Examiner analyse the benefits of an offensive marketing campaign against the competition. Or not.
Now here’s interesting – and if the +Paper.li editor mode was working, I’d bang this into the headlines, too: +Freelance Advisor report on LinkedIn’s trial of the available for contract work button for our LI profiles,
+Brafton‘s article on teen’s making your target market easier to identify by their sharing habits is a must-read for anyone aiming to catch a slice of the adolescent sector.
+Mashable mix it up with their usual Potpourri of social- and technology-related stories.
There’s much, much more in today’s edition.
And a huge special nod to +Justin Matthew for showing the e-zine’s associated micro-blog on Tumblr, http://freelancer-plus.tumblr.com, some love through his Monopolize Social Media brand. Awesome, dude.
If you have an article you specifically want to appear in the next edition of Freelancer Plus (the e-zine, below), simply head on over to that blog, the ‘submit’ button is across the top toolbar, go through there, submit your article (guidelines on site) and Bingo! – you’re in print at noon (GMT) the next day.
The archive for today’s edition is here: http://bit.ly/158msJ8
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Thanks for reading; please do share this with circles you feel would benefit from any of the articles contained herein.
Bless you all,
Jay D., Editor.