Google Plus

Google is an American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, and software. Most of its profits are derived from AdWords.Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University. Together they own about 16 percent of its shares. They incorporated Google as a privately held company on September 4, 1998. An initial public offering followed on August 19, 2004. Its mission statement from the outset was "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful", and its unofficial slogan was "Don't be evil".
Posts about Google Plus
  • Is Amazon Spark primed for new social network success?

    … By Mark Schaefer Starting a new social network is a perilous prospect. The battlefield is littered with companies that had big ideas and little results … Meerkat Ello Path Google+ It’s a tricky business. A new social platform needs to solve a unique customer problem or find an under-served niche and then avoid assassination…

    {grow}in Social- 15 readers -
  • Google Posts: Growing under the radar

    … Google Plus has risen from the dead! No we’re only joking, that’s highly unlikely. Google have now rolled out their Posts function for small businesses with a Google My Business account. No idea what Posts are? You’d be forgiven for being confused, managing your business information on Google calls for some deciphering of the difference between…

    Search Engine Watchin Social Google- 17 readers -
  • Google Posts: GIFs and Videos published directly to SERPs

    … To relatively little fanfare, Google launched its “Posts” initiative during the US presidential election campaign last year. The launch was accompanied by a landing page that labeled this “an experimental new podium”. That same landing page remains live, unchanged, and with the same call to action at its conclusion to “Join the Waitlist…

    Search Engine Watchin Social Google- 19 readers -
  • How to Interact with Passionate Shoppers in G+ Communities

    …, let’s talk about groups, and more specifically, Google Plus groups, also called Google + Communities. How Google Plus Groups Benefit eCommerce Sites and Small Businesses Why groups? Because you get more traction for less time spent. Instead of trying to build your own audience one person at a time, you can interact with a large number of people you…

    Gail Gardner/ Growmapin Social How To's- 32 readers -
  • The Increasing Impact of Reviews and Google+ (?!) on Local SEO

    … typically get. It strikes me that Google is doing a similar thing in the review space these days by placing numeric callouts from top review platforms front and center in Local Knowledge Panels. And the addition of the critic/top-ten-list callouts has also given us some bigtime insight into how Google is using authoritative local sites to inform local…

    Street Fightin Social SEO Google- 25 readers -
  • 10 Google+ Tools for Smarter Marketing

    … also allows you to view details of other profiles. You can also find communities that will help you grow your network. It’s not as powerful as Circloscope, but it provides great profile analytics. This way you can easily track your growth on Google+. AllMyPlus All My Plus will give you all the statistics of your Google+ profile. It will give…

    Relevancein Google- 35 readers -
  • 4 Google Plus Tips To Help You Boost Your Presence

    … When we talk about social media we can’t go without mentioning Facebook and Twitter. On the other hand it seems like Google’s take on networking and namely Google Plus is falling behind. Many marketers who have high-profile accounts on other social mediums aren’t doing as well when it comes to G+. To help you improving your presence…

    Reviewz N Tipsin Social Google- 25 readers -
  • Why Google Plus Might Be Worth Another Look

    … the network, and putting some very interesting resources into it. This is atypical behavior for Google for any product they think has little value. In this episode of Here’s Why, Mark Traphagen and Eric Enge explain what’s going on with Google Plus, and why it might be worth another look for brands and marketers. Don’t miss a single episode…

    Mark Traphagen/ Stone Temple Consultingin Social Google- 27 readers -
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