Google Plus is one of the most important social media channel a company has to utilise. This new way of connecting socially and for business was introduced in 2011 and has slowly become a fast growing trend. Anyone who uses social media for business will greatly benefit from using this feature. There are over 500 million Google Plus accounts which will increase continuously because Google strongly encourages all of their YouTube and Gmail users to use Google Plus. Not only is it a very comprehensive system for connection and promotion, it is also becoming increasingly important for search engine results.

Bottom Line, If you want top Google search engine results, use Google Plus actively.

Below are 3 reasons posting on Google Plus is important for Google search engine results.

  1. Google Plus has a feature that allows you to connect your website with a Google Plus page. This makes your website appear more relevant in Google web searches.
  2. Posting on Google Plus gets you more visibility. By posting and engaging on Google Plus you will get more people to engage with you, share your posts and link to your profile. This makes your profile links become more valuable and appear higher up in search rankings.
  3. When someone searches for a brand or keyword on Google Plus, the latest activity will show up from the brands Google Plus page. This means, if you use the right key words and use your Google Plus account enough and skillfully, you will dominate the search results.

Luckily, you dont have to do it all yourself. You can keep doing what youre good at, and leave most of the Google Plus, Facebook, Twitter, blogging and all that other stuff to the marketing technologist. Request a quote and will assist you get better ranking on Google.

 

Did you know that social media marketing has a 100% higher lead-to-close rate than outbound marketing? Or that 84% of B2B marketers use social media in some form? No matter what you sell and who you sell it to, using social media as a marketing tool can help you grow your brand and pad your wallet.

At this point in the game, not having an active social media presence is kind of like pulling out a flip phone at a business meeting and then not understanding why your boss keeps giving Brad all the new accounts. Read More