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Welcome to the Fashion Sparks website.  This site is not about the sparks that fly at a well presented fashion event.  Nor is this regarding the stylish fireworks on display each fourth of July.  This website has actually been designed to help educate people regarding the Sparks feature that is available as part of the Google social networking resource.  Although sparks fly in the fashion industry on a daily basis, the discussions on this site are regarding social circles and "online" sparks.

The purpose of this site is to provide a place for members of the fashion industry to learn about Sparks from the Google+ Project.  First, let's figure out the answer to the questions, "What is sparks?".


January 2019 Update:  Google is CLOSING the Google+ social network to the public.

Unfortunately, it appears that Google is becoming the Evil Empire (potentially, but we are not certain).

Below is for historical purposes only:

As per the Google website, below is a summary (from July 19, 2011).

Sparks brings you stories on the things you love from all across the Web, so it's easy to strike up meaningful conversations with your friends.

When you first arrive in Sparks, you'll see a collection of featured interests. If nothing strikes your fancy, search for a different interest.

Let's say you're learning to juggle. You can search for 'juggling,' then add it as an interest so you can always be kept up to date on the world of object manipulation. And if you get tired of people calling you a clown all the time, you can remove this interest.

When you find something interesting in Sparks, you might want to talk about it with other people you know. Click Share to pull your circles into a conversation and ignite your spark. Learn more about sharing in Google+.

Below is an introduction video to the Sparks system.  You can find this video on the Google website in the area that discusses the Google+project and you can also find this video on Youtube.

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It is important to note that the above details of the Sparks system is time sensitive.  You should check directly with Google to learn the most current information about their program.  You can learn more about Sparks at the following support page.

In regard to "Fashion", we feel that the Sparks method from Google will provide the fashion industry with a another good resource to stay in communication with one another.  As we learn more about Sparks, we will try to add the information to this website to keep you informed.  Hopefully, we can utilize this site to make it easier for members of the fashion industry to find each other and communicate via sparks.

In addition to utilizing sparks, it is important to also keep in contact with one another at places such as the Fashion Industry Network, Facebook, Youtube, etc.


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Please let us know your suggestions regarding how to find more sparks.  We would be happy to add more information to this site in order to help others.

Note: The Fashion Sparks website is NOT affiliated with Google in anyway.  This site was developed simply to offer assistance to people who wish to learn about Circles, Sparks, Hangouts, etc.  Please consult directly with the Google website to learn the most current details about their service details.
Sparks from two sparklers

You may also want to learn about Google Circles:

The following description was from the Google site July 19th, 2011, "Google+ Circles helps you organize everyone according to your real-life social connections--say, 'family,' 'work friends,' 'music buddies,' and 'alumni'. Then, you can share relevant content with the right people, and follow content posted by people you find interesting. For example, you might post an announcement about your engagement and show it only to people in your friends and family circles, or maybe you see a post from the circle you created for your book club that there's a recent article on your favorite author." 

Learn more about circles from the Google website. 

Tip About Mentioning Someone:
When you mention someone in a post, they'll receive a notification that you've shared with them and an invitation to join Google+.
  1. Make a post.
  2. Mention someone by placing a '+' or '@' in front of their email address.
  3. Click Share.

You may want to also check out the following links of interest to the Google+project.

Fashion Sparks

Fashion Hangouts

Fashion Circles

Join My Circles

Fashion Streams


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