Stop right now before you settle for a pre-selected Google+ cover image just because it’s there, it’s easy, and it was hand-picked by Google so it has to be a winner, right? Wrong; picking from a limited assortment of cover photos shows that you’re either
Yes, I know I’ve been on a Google+ kick lately, but it has been it’s like Michael Corleone in Godfather 3. “Every time I think I’m out they pull me back in.” Hopefully, I won’t have a heart attack immediately after saying the line the
Google has been less forthcoming about their numbers ever since they were scrutinized and ridiculed the last time they made bold statements about users. This time, they are cautiously optimistic. They’re not going to have another “mission accomplished” moment. The numbers, for what they’re worth,
Part of the Google Plus update that we experienced a few weeks ago was an addition of auto hashtagging. This feature picks up keywords from your update and adds a label on the top right hand corner of your post, which helps your content’s exposure.
If you are breaking into the online marketing world—whether you are a business owner, a freelancer, or entrepreneur trying to establish your brand—you’ve undoubtedly discovered (or are starting to discover) the world of Social Media and its importance in reaching your intended audience. You’ve set
Late last year, Google+ added its Communities, which are much like its name, a circle that is dedicated to a topic that other like-minded people can be a part of, allowing you to grow your network while socializing on subjects that you enjoy. It seems
Many may agree that the reason Google+ hasn’t quite taken off as many may had thought it would is due to lacking in the ease of socializing. Although circles are a great way to place people and choose who we want to directly share with,
Many of us use either Facebook or Twitter as our main social networks to catch up with friends, share information, and update our statuses. However, Google+ is also a great place to do all of these things, plus more and there are many reasons why
Google Plus is a year old. Businesses are finding more reasons to use Google+ and focus on their business pages. There are search benefits. There are local benefits. There are growing social benefits. Where are the businesses? Perhaps I’m being premature, but scanning through a
Google+ is a type of social networking website controlled by Google, Inc. This website was launched on June 28th, 2011. You can make buzz or profile on this website.