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Real talk on G+, Facebook and Twitter makes a huge difference

Updated on November 30, 2014
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Real Networking Powers

Utilizing social networking today has taken us to a whole different level entirely when it comes to making effective communications with everyone. People worldwide are now able to establish some form of communications with one another using a computer or mobile device that can connect to the internet.

This has definitely posed a great deal of issues for some folks who have no idea how to merge their true self, or real life into the whole scene of things digitally. For many others though, it seems as if they haven't learned much of the keys to balancing it all out. I came to this reality over a year or so while using Facebook a great deal myself, and judging by all of the connections I've made thus far, many of which are sharing unconsciously it seems.


Getting out of hand with networking addiction

Just seeing all the excessive usage (Networking addiction) of it all has shown me such a truth and dilemma of sorts, by many people that I've chosen to connect with, which many of them are into over doing it a great deal at times while sharing, mostly when it comes to posting their content countless times while trying to communicate to others for what ever reasons they saw fit.

So, I think in order to show your truly real about your communications on most social networking sites, you may need to learn, to have a better balance and grip of it all. If not, you may be perceived by new people as a spammer on any network, and can even run away your real life connections with family and loved ones, who are also tied into your Facebook account. This is a true fact, because adding strangers when most people begin their accounts there on FB, isn't really possible to do, due to all the online privacy regulations built into it.

The way to keep track of your own sharing factors, can be done by monitoring your trends of sharing activities there, and if you feel you've been sharing to much, maybe take a break from it all, or try to limit your amount of daily posts there.


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Being Real on Facebook

In order to be real using a social network a person must fulfill certain requirements on it, and by doing so these things will effectively help them to grow a true following. Making certain that they will see a much better performance from their posts they choose to implement there, and or to share with others individually or also group wise.

These requirements are in the form of digital media, meaning the sharing of particular content such as FB video displays of themselves stating anything verbally onto it, updated genuine imagery of themselves is another, and using text inbox messaging there as well is another.

Instant messaging on Facebook is probably the fastest way to get to know a person on it, and of course you should communicate to those you trust there. If your meeting new people while social networking just be advised that not everyone has your best interest in mind, and you should always take precautionary measures before deciding to share to much to soon to those in which you haven't yet gained knowledge of or got to know yet.


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Things to Know about FB

One thing to take note is, when on Facebook people have become somewhat addicted to posting things randomly, and without much regard to the likes of others there. So try to refrain from over doing it all there, (I share only 3-5 posts maximum daily at any particular location) and especially if you want to develop real connections amongst others, as well as a true following for all of your other locations on the web.

FB Posting

When you post thing's make sure its positive in nature, (sharing negative things can give you a poor web reputation, especially if your a content writer, because people will more then likely stop sharing with you entirely) of relevant content to things people are interested in, and if it's a group you've chosen to join, make sure to share fairly with others, because its only right to do so since you definitely would want them to share your content as well, and this also goes for all the other networks I've shared in this hub. (High Quality Content is the key to it all, and so make sure you work on your presentation of your unique content you have to offer to your FB friends)


Try networking on the ground as well, at meet-up's and pro networking sessions, go to the meetup network to locate them

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Being Real on Google Plus

On Google, there is a powerful networking tool that has been designed to help people connect and in many well defined ways. This network is known as G+ for short or Google Plus, and it is an extraordinary social networking platform that allows for people to relate and communicate with those who aren't just family members and friends. This new network actually makes networking a tough thing to do as well, because not everyone knows how to curate content, and or cultivate and crop the best sought after content.

For this reason, this hub series has gone into great detail to try to help those individuals looking to improve their online presence or profiles standings, and web reputation overall. This will help anyone to leverage things a bit more when it comes to becoming more actively involved, and consistently engaged in the sharing factors of your great content with others, for all purposes both monetary wise, and just for purposes of exposure, as well as getting to meet more people digitally. (Sharing factors goes both ways)

How Circles work

There are Google plus circles, that you have the option there on G+ to utilize to group people together, and in the order of specific reference, in which ever way you choose to do so there. This is what makes Facebook and G+ so different from one another, besides the cool Google Plus hangout feature that allows for people to socialize in real time, with multiple web cams simultaneously. These cool Circles have filtering tools built into them to help you share the way you choose, and accept or reject certain content from users you choose to either block, or streamline into particular groupings of your choice and at your total discretion.

Using these new online tools, will definitely make the difference today in helping us all establish more real communications, besides just seeing profile pictures, and reading about someone from off of there online profile section on a social platform or network. Like I said in the previous hub on video tooling, using a web cam will get the job done, and so check on part 2 of this hub series to learn of tools if you need to get a better handle on it all, and so you can learn how to effectively utilize such an online tool as a web cam. (Part 2 of the Art of being real series)



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Being Real on Twitter

Being real on a network like twitter can be quite hard, because its a communicator that doesn't really embrace communications much from person to person. its more like a popularity contest there on twitter to broadcast to many people at once, and those who are well known world wide are the ones who truly gain the most attention there, or communications from others.

Now there are a great deal of spammers there as well, and to become able to communicate effectively there you may need to activate your actual web location's presence to make this happen, such as a blog site or website.

Make sure to create unique videos for such a thing to occur more effectively, and on your specific web location where you locate your Twitter widget, which is an actual html embed code that you can place anywhere on your blogs, or websites that can showcase your specific Tweets you submit daily, and that your visitors can communicate to and from it by viewing the live stream, or static updates onto it.




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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @Faith Reaper, thank you so much I did my very best with it all, and hope others can benefit.

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      Faith Reaper 

      5 years ago from southern USA

      Hey Mike,

      I am coming back to those that I may have missed of this awesome series you have worked on so hard, obviously. I now share on pinterest, twitter and I do have a G+ account, but haven't worked on it yet to get it set up right. I was sharing on FB, but I need to keep that private for personal reasons dealing with my granddaughters and their mother, as my son has custody of the children. Plus I did not know how to create a page just for Hubs, and so I was flooding it a bit much as far as friends . . . anyway I am sharing this and all of the other hubs of this series on twitter and pinterest.

      God bless. In His Love, Faith Reaper

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Thank you so very much @intriguewriter, once again, and I'll try to get around to your side of hubpages as well in due time.

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      intriguewriter 

      5 years ago from worldwide

      you are welcome! I will be sharing this article...on fb and twitter as well as pinterest. Keep up the great work! Edina Jackson xx

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Thank you @Intriguewriter, I'm glad you enjoyed reading my hub here, and found something of interest to you in it, also thanks for the cool compliment on my writings as well.

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      intriguewriter 

      5 years ago from worldwide

      Great stuff! I am going to share this! One of the things I was drawn to in this article was the idea of posting positive status updates. This is true when someone is constantly posting negative things you find that you get bored of their conversation. So, you are right about that one! I love your articles, you really put a lot of time and effort into your work and it really does show through! Keep up the great work, and I am surely going to keep on coming back for more! Well done!

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Thank you Debbie for being so kind to leave me a message like that, I do my best to serve everyone in the best manner I can, it was my pleasure.

      I can only hope that it was of some use to you in your online adventures of today, and for the future.

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 

      5 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      Mike I need your brain.. lol. please can I borrow for a while.. this is a great hub my friend.

      Debbie

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank you @Cyndi10 for voting and for sharing my hub, I'm happy you found this hub to be of help and use to you.

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      Cynthia B Turner 

      6 years ago from Georgia

      Hello CloudExplorer, You have once again provided the information I can really use. I'm bookmarking this for referencing later. Voted up.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank you @christin53, for giving my a chance, and for commenting as well.

      I appreciate all those who've taken the time to pay my hub a visit and for blessing it with some awesome insightful words.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank you @shiningirisheyes, once again for showing some love to one of my hubs here.

      I definitely like the way you show to others that you appreciate their digital works, and can't wait to read more of your hubs as well.

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      Ann-Christin 

      6 years ago from UK

      Thank you for a very helpful hub there is so much to learn but it's all fun and you can never have too much knowledge :)

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      Shining Irish Eyes 

      6 years ago from Upstate, New York

      Thanks for the lesson and guidance. As one who is not "on top" of the new technology it helps when someone such as yourself, guides me through it.

      Helpful and well- written.

      Regards friend.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @old albion, yes indeed these forms of networking today is definitely something very new to us all.

      I try my best as well to keep up with it all, and try to learn better ways to make them work for us all as well.

      Thanks man for giving my hub here some much needed love.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank you Rajan, I did my best from all the networking we all been doing lately, and I can only hope that this message can help others out here on the web, who need to understand that by being real you can earn your keep digitally with others, and can help more people then you can imagine as well.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks again @Gypsy, for the cool review and for sharing with me, we all been doing our best to network with each other these days, and so I figured why not try to help streamline things for folks a bit since I've been learning so much from such activities.

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      Graham Lee 

      6 years ago from Lancashire. England.

      As usual a greatly informative hub. I do my best to keep up with the latest trends, but it's all a bit new to me. Reading your hubs with such information freely given, is greatly appreciated.

      Voted up /interesting.

      Graham.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      6 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Hi Mike. A wonderful informative and very useful hub for all of us as we are both networking and sharing at the same time on these networks as also others. You have pointed out the correct way so that the sharing does not look spammy.

      A great many nice and useful tips all through this hub makes me bookmark it, vote it up, useful and interesting.

      I'm sharing it as well for the benefit of all who are into online writing.

      Great job as always mike.

      Wish you a Happy Independence Day.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      6 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Voted up and useful. Thanks Mike for this information. I keep in handy as I go through all my Google + and Twitter and FB actions. With your help and with coming to realize a bit how things work I think that slowly but surely I'm getting to the point where I start to know what is good to post where and where it will generate the most interest. Passing this on to all my hub followers. So you'll have an extra copy I suppose. You know Mike that's another thing where you can be helpful. Once I hit that HubPages Followers button - what actually happens? lol

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank Bill, for keeping up with my series here I just recently got published, its not easy at all to do so, and you are a truly cool dude for doing so, & a Happy Independence Day to you to.

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      Bill Holland 

      6 years ago from Olympia, WA

      As always very informational and useful. I don't know how I'd keep all this stuff straight without your guidance buddy. I hope you are having a great 4th of July! Keep walking that path of yours and I'll keep walking right alongside of you.

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