The most famous social networking website and platform owned by Google Inc. would be Google+. As the second-largest social networking site in the world after Facebook, Google+ helps Google share a big piece of cake in the social networking market. Besides Google+, Google has several other social networking platforms that you may not be familiar […]
Today Google launched “My Business” on Google+. It’s an easy and free way for customers to easily connect with your business and to get your business noticed via a platform you’re most likely already familiar with (and if not, it’s time to get on Google+ right now!). Of course, the Google “My Business” is also […]
Do you really want to boost your search rankings? Are you familiar that your Google+ profile could assist you in that endeavor?
Google Plus is moving up the social media network ranks like wildfire! What was once an invite-only network, is now in the running to beat out Facebook as the top platform! Check out our top G+ Golden Social Gurus!
Google hangout is a service from the search engine giant that is also called a feature in Google Plus. Google+ is a social networking and self-service owned and operated by Google Inc. It is the second-largest social networking site in the world, have beaten Twitter in January 2013. It has roughly 359 million dynamic users. […]
So what is this Google Plus Custom URL that everyone is talking about? Basically, Google+ custom URL is a new ‘face lift’ for the old and long Google URL and are short, easy to remember web addresses that link you directly to your Google Plus profile or page. This feature is being offered to the […]
Google Authorship is a way for Google to display who the author of the content on that specific page is. Basically in 2005, Google filed a patent for “Agent Rank”, which translates into Google wanting to have content that is produced by trustworthy and popular agents/authors on a higher rank than that of less credible […]
Google+ expands across Google properties in a big way with the launch of hashtag search and youtube commenting. And probably more G+ changes to come!
A really great infographic, created by Wishpond, that discusses User interaction on Google+. Google+ is now the world’s second most popular social media platform, which is surprising because only 8% of Americans have a G+ profile. But G+ is here to stay and it is still growing. Brands are setting up pages and interacting too!
How many stars does the hotel have? What sort of rooms are available? What amenities are included in the room? Customers frequently go to review forums to find these answers.
Rumor has it that Google Maps is getting a new interface with an interesting feature: a user can filter local searches to places recommended by friends on Google+.
By KJ Mason. I found this great infographic from Social Caffeine by Lori Taylor. Check it out, social media gurus! You know your brand is underperforming on social media, but what can you do about it? So, you’ve signed up for Twitter and Facebook. Now what? You’re ready to start engaging, that’s what! Start posting […]
Always the April Fools pranksters (remember last years self-driven NASCAR car announcement), Google is once again partaking in the age-old practice of trying to dupe people on April 1 into believing the unbelievable. This year, Google is getting the April Fools hilarity started a bit early with their announcement of “Google Nose” earlier tonight. Supposedly, Google […]
Google’s note-taking app, making a huge jump in the Google Play store on Android, is taking the act of recording information to the next level. It’s a fast past and ease-of-use App to keep all of your ducks in a row. It boasts the ability to “Quickly capture what’s on your mind and recall it easily wherever you are. Create a checklist, enter a voice note or snap a photo and annotate it. Everything you add is instantly available on all your devices – desktop and mobile.”
The campaign to save the popular aggregator Google Reader is gaining force, with 100,000 people putting their names to on online petition in a bid to stop Google withdrawing the service. Check out the original source here.