What exactly can Google+ do for your business? Since Google announced the availability of Google+ business pages, the site has emerged as a viable option for brands and businesses that want to widen their reach and presence within the social space. While there’s no doubt that this newest of the social networking platforms is powerful, you may still be skeptical as to the business applications of Google+.
If so, mark your calendar for the upcoming “Getting The Most Out Of Google+ For Your Business” online roundtable discussion, hosted by Focus. Our own Shelly Kramer joins Debra Askanase, founder of Community Organizer 2.0, and Janet Fouts, a social media coach with Tatu Digital Media, to explore the following questions, among others:
- Does Google+ have a business application?
- Should you create a Google+ business page or focus on your personal network?
- Is Google+ really an SEO goldmine for your business?
Regardless of your industry and whether you’re an individual or represent a small business, non-profit or large corporation, you’ll learn about the business implications of Google+, as well as how you can leverage the site as a component of your digital marketing strategy. Consider this an invaluable opportunity to learn about the business side of Google+.
The roundtable will be held from 1-1:45 p.m. CDT on January 12, 2012. Register online and feel free to ask questions in advance of the discussion, as well as during the event. And if you can’t participate online, Focus offers call-in information so that you can listen in by phone. If you’re on Twitter, be sure to follow the discussion and post your thoughts using the hashtag #focusGplus.
In fact, let’s get the conversation started now! When it comes to Google+ for your business, what are some of your burning questions?