having failed miserably at G+ I turn my sights on Linkedin, where I’ve been staring at my profile for hours wondering what I should do. It was easier on the playground, wasn’t it? A round of One Potato Two Potatoes took care of everything. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
17 thoughts on “having failed miserably at G+”
Social media of any kind seems complicated. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I had forgotten how the song went. 🙂
Can’t believe I sat through all of that! 🙂 (My Russian husband just asked if that was a song specially for him, – another unforeseen echo, – lovely!)
oh my — you watched that? I expected 3 or 4 seconds 🙂
my kids introduced me to some Billy La Bufanda. Heinous. And addictive.
Everything I needed in life I learned in kindergarden. Yes everything was simpler in the sandbox. Scissor, Rock, Paper solved 99% of everything.
I tried once, and couldn’t correct the profile, so have given up!!
at least I don’t feel all alone any more.
Oh yes! How true!
And about G+ ??? yYäackk…..
G+ = something google/g-mail/blogger forces upon us. Of course I deleted everything I had from them. Blogs, mail etc. It just caused trouble…
At least I think it was that G+ which was referred to in the blogpost.
have to chime inhere cos I agree with Ninna – the G still confuses me – and linked in I just never tried for many reasons –
meh. just can’t handle yet another place 🙂
same here – ! but if you are promoting your book those outlets might be helpful….
There are so many ways to “communicate” on the internet, and I don’t know about even half of it. I rarely visit my Facebook, quit Twitter and never had those other things. I don’t want to spend my hours on that, I want to write, make pictures and do my job! Which I love, by the way!