Although we asked a kinda provocative question about Google Plus a while back, it pretty much looks like it’s here to stay.
Is it the fact that everything with Google accounts is tied together, making a Google Plus account an “obligatory” thing? Is it that more and more people are enjoying the Google Plus experience? Who knows… Either way, I would definitely argue that it is a good place “to be” in this day and age.
Whatever the case, you should consider a presence, to at least get to know the platform better, and learn to use it more effectively. My feeling is you should never turn your back on a specific platform because you never know when you will need it. More importantly, you never know when you might be expected to use it for one of your clients.
Also read: Make the Most of Google+ For Your Business
For all of you who are just getting into Google Plus for your brands, we have found an infographic by Martin Shervington that will help you make a better sense of it, and give you a good start to start increasing your engagement there. If you are interested in becoming a Google Plus expert, Martin has a cool online resource on PlusYourBusiness.com that will help you achieve this!
- Google+ Makes Promoted Posts A Reality For All
- Become a Google+ Wizard
- Make the Most of Google+ For Your Business
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