Google Plus Profile: An Interview with Guy Kawasaki
Recently Kersten Kloss and I had the pleasure of interviewing Guy Kawasaki on his book “What the Plus – Google + For the Rest Of Us”.
Guy talked about numerous things including Google Plus Profile.
Here is a transcription from the Google Plus Profile Video:
One of the things you get into in chapter four is talking about your profile and you call it the vanity plate right is is was the moment to shine which is is this is, that this is your outside appearance to the world I guess
is the best way to look at it right?
What it would have some of the tips and tricks that people should be looking at a creating a decent profile that would uh… capture attention?
Well I i think the most important tip about a profile by far is that you have to have to have a good profile picture and this profile picture should focus on your face uh… not your dog not your car not the sunset you know not you in a group of ten people.
This is sort of your portrait and you should get a good one you know should be out of focus should be red eye should be well lit uh…
The analogy I like to use for a profile there are two kinds of online dating sites there’s the eharmony where you fill out you know I know twenty nine questions about your personal interest in life and whether you want kids are not a all that kind of stuff because you are trying to find your soul mate.
And then there is hot or not. At hot are not people look at the picture they decide you’re hot, you’re not – that’s it so the profile in social media is hot or not people and I looked at that and in one second they’re going to decide worth interacting with or not.
By the way everything he said not to do i’m look at my pictures and I have actually done
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