Excerpted from the article by Kristi Hines on KISSmetrics: "Since its launch in 2011, Google+ has been growing non-stop and now has 359 million active users according to Business Insider. There also have been a lot of changes made in their platform during that time. In this post, we’re going to look at everything you need in order to have a successful Google+ experience.
[The article is analyzed into these following sections] - Setting up Your Personal Profile ***Cover ***Photo ***Story ***Work ***Places ***Basic and Contact Information ***Links
- Building Authorship Authority - Setting up Your Page - Getting Local - Planning Your Google+ Content Strategy - Building an Audience - Using Google+ Communities - Hanging Out - Integration with YouTube - Enhancing Your Website with Google+ - Exploring the Top Tools - Analyzing Your Results..."
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