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Book Review: The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users – for a yarn industry indie

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter Book Review This post contains affiliate links. There’s a lot to like about The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users by Guy Kawasaki. (Although Peg Fitzpatrick is listed as a co-author, it seems that Guy did the actual writing – to avoid the dreaded disjointed feel of a …

Episode 16: Turning Your Passion Into Your Business in 2015 with Carlota Zimmerman, the Creativity Yenta

This week, I hosted a live Google+ Hangout with Carlota Zimmerman, the Creativity Yenta. We talk about starting off 2015 with goals, habits, and structures to support your business, and answer questions form the audience about social media, productivity and time management, and professional development. You can find show notes for today’s episode at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/16.

We plan to host another live Hangout in January, 2015. We’d love to hear your feedback and questions. Leave a comment on the show notes, Tweet me at @cyeshow, or leave a message at 646-713-8973.

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Episode 15: 6 Newbie’s Tips for Getting Started on Google+

This week, I share 6 Newbie’s Tips for Getting Started on Google+. If you aren’t yet on G+ or are new to the platform, these tips should help you get more involved. If you’re a G+ pro, I’d love to hear your feedback about taking G+ to the next level! (By the way, you can find me on G+ as +MarieSegaresUndergroundCrafter.)

6 Tips for Getting Started on G+
Complete your profile
Learn the lingo
Group your circles
Join communities
Use the best hashtags
Follow etiquette

With these simple steps, you’ll be ready to interact on G+ in no time!

You can find more details in today’s show notes at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/15.

I’d love to hear your feedback! Leave a comment on the show notes, Tweet me at @cyeshow, or leave a message at 646-713-8973. If you enjoyed the show, please leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher. It helps the show become more discoverable to others!