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5 Big Reasons Why You Should Consider Google Plus Marketing - Jeffbullas's Blog

5 Big Reasons Why You Should Consider Google Plus Marketing - Jeffbullas's Blog | GooglePlus | Scoop.it

Google+ may not have caught on with users as a Facebook alternative yet, but the service’s “Plus 1” symbol is ubiquitous within social marketing, and top name brands are commonly listing the Google+ icon on television ads right next to their Facebook and Twitter symbols.

 

Whether you like it or not, Google+ is quickly becoming a significant player in the social media marketing world because it has one thing going for it that no other social site has: Google.Google plus is now the second largest social media network behind Facebook and can no longer be ignored. So Google plus marketing needs to taken seriously in your marketing strategy....


Via Jeff Domansky
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What he said!  "Whether you like it or not, Google+ is quickly becoming a significant player in the social media marketing world because it has one thing going for it that no other social site has: Google.Google plus is now the second largest social media network behind Facebook and can no longer be ignored."  Great article @JeffBullas

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 14, 2013 2:12 AM

5 great reasons to get Google+ into your marketing strategy.

Mallie Hart's curator insight, October 14, 2013 9:01 AM

Many people still remark that Google+ is a ghosttown, or that "my clients aren't there". Boo Hiss. It's so not true! 

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Google Penalties: Four Content Strategies To Be Very Careful With In 2013

Google Penalties: Four Content Strategies To Be Very Careful With In 2013 | GooglePlus | Scoop.it
Online marketing is competitive and has rules — and you can get penalized if you don't follow those rules. So it's important to stay up on the rules of the marketing game and to take note of warnin...

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Stay careful, my friends!  A good overview of "What Not To Do"

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:32 PM

Excellent resource, especially this advice on infographics:

 

In August 2013, the same Googler followed up on that promise by saying that, to avoid raising suspicion with Google, marketers should consider using nofollow links in the infographics they distribute across a large number of sites. This should be done to signify that your infographics aren’t being shared just to up your Google rankings, but rather they are being shared for educational, promotional, or lead and traffic generation purposes.

 

 

 

HiddenValleyRVPark.com's curator insight, September 21, 2013 12:02 AM

Rules, rules and more rules...

Clipping Path India's comment, March 17, 2015 6:44 AM
Agree.