Google is retiring the “classic” Google+ as it introduces an all-new version with several significant updates.
Let’s have a look at the eight strategies that should be in place for every local business’ SEO in order to boost the organic visibility of the business’ Google+ page.
Google is rolling out a redesign and several brand new features to Google+.
In a major update to Google+, Google has removed all local business info from Google+. Is it the end-of-the line for Google+ Local or just another reformat?
Is there any truth to those theories regarding hashtags increasing your Google+ visibility and boosting engagement?
Today, Google+ introduced a new feature that will enable users to filter their feeds by specific topics. Dmitry Shapiro, […]
Google executive Bradley Horowitz confirmed late last night that there are some changes coming to Google+, and he […]
Helpouts, a less popular version of Google+ Hangouts, will be discontinued as of April 20, 2015. Google+ Helpouts […]
It was announced today that Google acquired photo storage app Odysee. The app, which automatically backs up photos […]
January was a heavy month in terms of social media updates, especially on Facebook. In case you missed […]
Despite all the criticism against Google+, there are still those who swear by it. Whether you love it, […]
Today, Google announced an update to its Google My Business mobile app intended to to give more control […]
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For two and a half years Google has required its users to sign up to the Google+ social […]
Google admits that when they launched Google+ over three years ago there were a lot of restrictions on […]
Google+ isn’t dead, far from it in fact. But, I know a lot of marketers are still on […]
Google announced today on their official blog that they are adding two new features to Google+ for desktop […]
Google+ introduced +Post ads to a limited number of advertisers last December as a way to turn Google+ […]
A recent student by Forrester Research unveiled shocking facts: Of 60,000 US online adults who use social sites, […]
Yonatan Zunger, Chief Architect of Google+, shed some light on a new feature many have been noticing showing […]