• http://www.pixelrage.net Pixelrage

    Here comes another tool for affiliate marketers to abuse into oblivion. G+ is going to become the ‘link directory’ of 2012

  • http://twitter.com/baldydog Adam Donkus

    Will definitely be keeping an eye on our analytics. We created a page for the company some time ago, but to be honest we have given it very little attention. As I say every time I read an article about G+, I better get a little more active.

  • http://twitter.com/RavenCourts Courtney Seiter

    That’s exactly where I was before these new changes lit a fire under me. It’s just hard to carve out time for all the social networks you want to be present on…

  • http://twitter.com/RavenCourts Courtney Seiter

    You think? Google is so tough on spam that I’ve been having a hard time figuring out how to grow my following the RIGHT way, let alone loopholes to abuse.

  • Lee Smallwood

    Hi Courtney, like you I think Google is a bit more ‘intelligent’ when it comes to understanding what is spam and what isn’t on G+ …

    I’ve found growing a following is done best ‘one conversation at a time’ – there is a feeling to get as many people circling as quickly as possible, but I’ve found 1 conversation can attract between 5-10 new circles

    Re: time, G+ is a game changer and ‘we’ need to address if what we have been doing prior to G+ is still going to be as affective or whether spending quality time engaging on G+ alone will create enough online visibility… 


    PS I’ve added you on G+ ;) 

  • http://www.iwebsquare.co.uk/ iWebSquare

    SPYW is really amazing and it will create a great opportunities for the online business owners to visible their brands, products or services in the personalized area in Google search. If we analyze a niche in G+, we find so many little advantages of using G+ to get more more traffic and even more conversion to the site.

  • http://twitter.com/RavenCourts Courtney Seiter

    I noticed the add! Thanks. :) I think you’re right, too. It looks like it’s going to be hard-fought growth, but perhaps that means the connections will be high quality. We can only hope…

  • http://twitter.com/RavenCourts Courtney Seiter

    Sounds like Google Plus is really working for you! Maybe you need to share some of your secrets with us. :) Thanks for reading.

  • http://www.DesignatedEditor.com Suzanne McDonald

    Thoughts on how to balance your brand page with the persona page Google+ forced us to publish first? If you’re a small brand, your professional persona is one and the same, no? Would love to hear your thoughts.

  • http://www.meyercomputer.com MCIMaui

    Building your own persona circles, recommending interesting content, and actual interaction can work, but it’s a slow and time consuming process to be sure.

    Gone are the days of being a lurker! :P