Is your business considering Google+? Wanting to know how to expand your social media marketing and how Google+ might help you?
Are you a local business looking for a boost in local search ranking?
Listen in on this Halftime Mike Podcast episode where Mike and Donna Gilliland dig into the reasons a small business would want to consider Google+.
In this episode I interview tech tool and social media trainer Donna Gilliland. We dig into Google Plus and a small business should consider this social network.
Donna will be a speaker at the Doable Social Summit with Mike online this September. Donna is a southern gal from Alabama and she brings her wisdow, wit, and southern charm while delivering nuggets of gold about marketing with Google+!
Listen in on this episode with Donna and leave with my promise: Practical and doable tips to help you in your business!
See Donna's topic and the rest of our featured speakers for the Doable Social Summit in September at the Doable Social Summit Speakers.
Business pages – learn by visiting other business pages. Follow the ones that interest you. In fact, you should take a peek at what competitors on G+ are doing.
Circles - make a list of Circles also known as people that you might want to use for targeted marketing. Writing down these categories will spur your creative thinking.
Hangouts On Air – attend a Hang Out On Air to see how it works. Find a topic that interests you and join to listen. You don’t have to be on camera to participate in an HOA. (This will be Donna's focus at the Doable Social Summit online event)
Communities – search for Communities on Google+ geared toward your interests. Join and participate. If you want to learn more about Google+, one of my favorite communities on G+ is PlusYourBusiness created and run by Martin Shervington who is also a speaker at the Doable Social Summit.
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