Google Posts are now available to all business owners with a claimed Google My Business listing! [Step by Step Guide: How to Claim Your Google My Business] Until recently, this… Continue Reading »
How long will you wait to G+?
If you’re sitting back, waiting for your “friends” on Facebook to join Google Plus (a.k.a. Google+ or G+) before you create a personal profile or business page, you’re truly missing out on supreme SEO real estate. Many have taken to the “wait and see” approach, especially with more social networks, now, than ever before. Nearly every day we hear, “I’m already on Facebook and Twitter, do I really need to be on Google Plus, too?” The answer is yes, but let us explain why.
SMO of SEO
Social signals from the Google+ platform are becoming more important for determining search engine results. Joshua Berg, SEO/SMO Specialist at REALSMO, calls this “the social media optimization (SMO) of SEO.” Berg explains, “social signals provide a much better way of filtering out the noise and improving the quality of search results. This is a trend that will continue because it is a much better way of understanding what people really want, which is one of Google’s founding principles.” Continue reading »
Lots of changes were announced last week for Social Media rivals Facebook and Google+. Less than 24 hours before the New News Feed presentation by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg on… Continue Reading »
One of the most exciting and interesting things about social media is that it is always changing. Here’s a roundup of the latest news about the major social media networks.
Google Plus now holds 90 million users, Barack Obama, The White House and Lady Gaga..
You’ve probably heard but if you haven’t Google Plus opened it’s doors for brands & businesses a few days ago. Along awaited it finally came. You can now create a business page on Google+ for your business, organization, brand, product, or rock band. What does this mean in short? Jump on the band wagon now while it’s fresh, hot, and while people/pages are eager to fill their circles.