A few years ago on these august pages I did a post on Reputation Management Jujitsu as a way of obtaining links by saying nice things about companies with poor online reputations. The idea being that these companies are eager to link to blogs saying positive things about their brand. Now that Google Search […]
It’s a bit early to start writing the definitive Google Plus SEO Guide, but I think the above screenshot says all you need to know. When I am signed in, page one of searches for my name are dominated by my blog, my G+ profile and four of my recent G+ posts. When I am […]
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Justin Sanger, CEO of JoinHere, an interesting new SMB “Social Engagement Platform”, puts it thus: “A G+ and G Places integration will create the most powerful discovery, publishing, and social suite the marketplace has seen to date. The G maps algo will undergo more change as content contribution, followers, and +1s begin to affect discovery – […]
As you may have noticed over the past week the blog has morphed into Google Plus Guide. Local’s interesting and all, but G+ is where my head is at and I am liking it so I will keep posting until you stop reading. I have been fascinated by the original ways that Google Plussers (Plusters?) […]
I am reposting my “mother of all” Google Plus Tips & Shortcuts post because since I published it last week I have been steadily adding to it as new tips have come in. Not sure how many there are, but looks like about 50. Here are two of my recent faves: Install the Google CSS […]
My first spotting of a Google Place Page – actually a link to a Place Page – in Google Plus. According to Greg and Mike, Jeff Huber, GOOG’s head of Local, said SMBs will eventually have G+ profile pages.
My Google Plus Shortcuts & Tips post has started getting a bit of traffic from inside G+ as more people come in and start sharing it. I thought it would be useful to show you how to track these referrals in Google Plus (I have adapted (aka “ripped off”) this great post from Sebastien Page): […]