Google+ Branding Strategies

Google+ has rapidly become my favourite social media addiction over that last couple of weeks.  It combines the ability to connect with like minded people that Twitter offers with the potential to build relationships that Facebook is so good at.  An added benefit of Google+ is the way it’s inverwoven into everything Google offers.

Another thing I love is reading Copyblogger.  These guys really know their onions. If you want to learn about content marketing then there are few places you can go that will beat the clean writing and great advice that Copyblogger bangs out day in day out.

So what could be better than an infographic by Copyblogger on Google+.  I’m in pretty picture heaven!!

64 Google+ Content Strategies [Infographic]

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Infographic: How Mobile Is Transforming the Shopping Experience in Stores – Think Insights – Google

via Infographic: How Mobile Is Transforming the Shopping Experience in Stores – Think Insights – Google.

10 top time-saving tech tips

OK – I’m embarrassed.  There are several of the ideas and tips discussed here that I did not know.  I consider myself a bit of a computer nerd but David Pogue explains several shortcuts you can take on your PC, Mac or iPhone that I was unaware of.

Some of the shortcuts are key presses or built in features of programs you use everyday.

Do you have any tips or tricks that speed up the way that you use your computer or smartphone?

Check out the video by clicking the link below.

David Pogue: 10 top time-saving tech tips | Video on TED.com.

How To Avoid The Obvious Password Pitfalls

It’s not uncommon for people to use the same password for multiple websites, accounts and forums.  This post from the NY times makes it clear that this is a very silly idea indeed and gives some great advice on how to do your passwords better.  One thing that really resonated with me was the idea that you are probably going to get hacked at some time in your life so if you don’t want to lose it then don’t put it on the internet!
Read the full article here.:

nytimes.com – By NICOLE PERLROTH