Blog Revamp – Google+

English: Google+ wordmark

English: Google+ wordmark (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Just in case you are following my goals on my blog revamp, I gave myself the deadline of getting Google+ set up by June 1st. I got my account set up last week but I’m still really clueless about it. It took me awhile just to get back into it today. And even longer to find my way back to my page. This is my first venture into social media and it shows. I’m going to need to spend some time figuring out how this works.

If any one has any pointers for me let me know. If you are on Google+ let me know how to add you to my circles. (I think that is the right term). Boy, do I have a long way to go on this. It is good to learn new things, especially as I grow older and my brain seems stiffer.

step five: link with the DOABLE Approach to Telling Your Family’s Tales

Step Five: Link

Having made it this far, you deserve to celebrate! That is much of what this step is about, sharing your accomplishment with your family, friends and anyone else who might be interested. There is a good chance that your “why” included hoping that this story project would impact others. Now you are ready to make that happen. Depending on your project some ways of sharing make more sense than others. Here are some ideas on ways to share your story project:

  • share it in person at a family gathering or one on one
  • send it by mail, hard copy, cd or dvd etc.
  • send it by e-mail, dropbox or other electronic methods
  • share it by social mediaFacebook, twitter etc.
  • post it on a blog, YouTube or website etc.
  • share it at other kinds of gatherings like conferences
  • talk about it with friends or other people you meet

Be excited to share your accomplishment. You never know who might be interested. Think about some creative ways to get your story project out there. Just be patient and look for opportunities.