Google is in the process of bringing together all of their products so that you reach your customers no matter what they are doing online or where they are spending their time online. Google will soon become the place for social interactions and search, so why not get ready now?
I have looked at several communities on Google Plus over the past month and I have really liked what I have found. People are interacting with each other. Moderators are actually monitoring discussions and good, solid, valuable information is being shared.
Basically, G+ can act as a sort of virtual journal club or lab meeting, allowing me to have meaningful and productive interactions with long-distance colleagues that are easy, effective, and– best of all– free. Here are some examples:
This Google+ Denial Is Starting To Seem Silly. Perhaps more of us need to repeat it to ourselves to get a grasp on the concept. Google+ is Google. Stop thinking about it as just the Facebook rival, and accept that it’s simply part of the fabric of how Google works. And while you’re at it, start thinking about Google’s various products like Drive, Gmail, YouTube, etc. as features of Google.
Do you ever get the impression no one is on Google Plus? That it’s utterly devoid of the vast audience that makes Facebook so powerful? That’s exactly why you should get involved now, says consultant Linda Sherman, who is also the past CEO of ClubMed Japan. “People who are ignoring it are falling behind,”
Analyst Gartner has increased its forecast for worldwide IT spending in 2013, revising its Q3 2012 figure up from 3.8 per cent growth to 4.2 per cent higher than last year’s figure. The analyst is now forecasting that worldwide IT spending will hit $3.7 trillion in 2013.
As you hear more about Google+ Hangouts from Google’s advertising campaigns you may be wondering to yourself, what exactly are Google+ Hangouts and do they have any practical SEO benefits? Here, I’ll dive into these topics and also explain some interesting testing I have done that can help you take up more real estate in Google’s search results using G+ Hangouts.
As local search results become more and more important, business owners want to know how to get their listing to rank well. To help you do just that, we’ve pulled together our list of four things to do and 2 things to avoid to help your Google Plus Local listing dominate the local results.
Google+ has always been shamelessly integrated into the company's main product by way of social search, but at least you used to be able to use all other things Google without having your other other social network shoved in your face. Now a directive from CEO Larry Page has Google+ connected up with pretty much everything.
Google Plus Communities is an excellent way to bring like-minded people together, and in fact, we can imagine these communities being able to take the place of forums. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that if a forum is vital to your business, then keeping it on your own controlled domain is better than relying on a third party to provide the service.
Google is challenging Facebook by using a controversial tactic: requiring people to use the Google+ social network.
The result is that people who create an account to use Gmail, YouTube and other Google services—including the Zagat restaurant-review website—are also being set up with public Google+ pages that can be viewed by anyone online. Google+ is a Facebook rival and one of the company's most important recent initiatives as it tries to snag more online advertising dollars.
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