You know how it feels. Empty room. No one there yet. You thought you would see your friends. You feel embarrased and you want to leave. It did not occur to you that you were supposed to fill the room.
This is how many people feel when they start their Google+ page. Their friends are "on Facebook" and there is no one they know on Google+, empty circles. We don't come here to do the work ourselves, to find people ourselves. But its easy, give it a try.
responsive web design • photography • website development • women in business • googleplus • search engine strategy • parenting • grandchildren • gluten-free goodies
responsive web design — tell me some great techniques, I'll share some (colleagues)
photography — show me sunsets that inspire my heart (peer sharing)
website development — share your best code with me (colleagues)
women in business — can I offer ideas you need? (clients)
googleplus — tell me that latest news about strategy (mentors)
search engine strategy — sharing tips here (selling my ideas)
parenting — meeting others with young adults (personal)
grandchildren — ideas for grandchild fun play (personal)
gluten-free goodies — best pizza locally (social plans)
#responsive web design
#women in business
#search engine strategy
You type it in and literally thousands of people show in your browser. You can see people, business pages, communities. View the people and select as many as you like who you thing might be interesting to post to and read posts from on that subject. Make a new circle for that hashtag group. You can add anyone you want.
Begin to share posts on this subject with these folks. Read their posts. Comment on the posts. Then see who adds you back or comments on your posts. Notice the message you planned and follow that thought as you post.