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9 Elements Of A Perfect Google Plus Post

9 Elements Of A Perfect Google Plus Post | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it

Everybody wants their posts to get better attention, user engagement and traffic. Here are the 9 key strategies I follow to bring maximum engagement to my Google+ posts. Posts that received the best interaction, +1s, comments and reshares are those where I presented the content with an image. Genuine case studies, interesting facts, helpful marketing tips and infographics do very well on Google Plus network.

Read more: http://www.mervikhaums.com/idea-center/9-elements-perfect-optimized-google-post

 

 

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Study: Google+ Will Overtake Facebook's Social Sharing By 2016

Study: Google+ Will Overtake Facebook's Social Sharing By 2016 | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it

Google+ is turning 2 years old this month and has seen both solid growth and criticism during these first years. However, all that talk of Google+ ghost town talk could soon be moot according to a recent SearchMetrics study. Not only is Google+ projected to being thriving, but it is also projected to pass Facebook in social shares on February 2016.

Read more: http://marketingland.com/study-google-will-overtake-facebooks-social-sharing-by-2016-49111

 

 

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3 Simple Powerful Reasons Google+ is Good for Your Business | Jeffbullas's Blog

3 Simple Powerful Reasons Google+ is Good for Your Business | Jeffbullas's Blog | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it

Google!

The name is maybe the most recognized brand in the world next to Coca Cola and Apple. Around two-thirds of the world’s internet population uses the Google search engine as opposed to other search engines.

Bing has struggled to make a dent in the search universe and Yahoo is fading. Google has made the science and art of search into a technology that continues to surprise and is aiming to remain relevant despite the rise of Facebook and Twitter...

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Google Authorship Checklist [Infographic]

Google Authorship Checklist [Infographic] | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it

Hello everyone, in my last post (Google authorship not working) we’ve seen the step by step process I had to go through to make it work on my blogs (yes, all of em). I thought it would be easier if I bring an infographic for the same. Not sure if I’ve missed something. Please feel free to point it out if you find something isn’t here. I hope this answers the common Google authorship problems.

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This Infographic Shows Why Google+ Is a Ghost Town

This Infographic Shows Why Google+ Is a Ghost Town | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it

There’s a lot of conflicting data out there about Google+. A few studies over the past few months have portrayed the fledgling social network as relatively moribund, but another recent report from Experian Hitwise says visits to the network are growing substantially, hitting 34.9 million for the week ended Aug. 4 compared to 21.9 million visits for the week ended July 21 — a 59% jump in two weeks.

Whether the network is thriving or not, this research from Umpf, a UK-based social media firm, shows that activity on G+ is low compared to other social networks.

To prove the point, Umpf analyzed 100 online news stories across G+, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. The company then determined the average number of users per 100 million likely to share a story. As the infographic below shows, the gulf between G+ and Twitter in this regard is stark: Only six G+ users out of 100 million shared, compared to 197.3 out of 100 million for Twitter. The difference wasn’t as large for Facebook and LinkedIn, but G+ was still a distant fourth.

What do you think? Is this a fair comparison?

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An In-depth Analysis of Authorship, Google+ and Snippets

An In-depth Analysis of Authorship, Google+ and Snippets | Search Engine Marketing Trends | Scoop.it
I am currently receiving more inquiries than ever about what factors into the comparisons and associations apparent in authorship, enabling a given listing to stand out from the crowd in the SERPs. People want to pinpoint a cause and effect scenario.
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