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Should You Be Using Google+?

Google+, on paper anyway, is the world’s second largest social network after Facebook. And while Facebook’s user-ship now tops one billion, G+’s remains considerably lower than that at around 500 million.

Certainly this number is nothing to balk at, but it’s undoubtedly true that a great many of Google+’s 500 million users have accounts merely because they were issued them after they signed up for another Google service like Gmail or YouTube….
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An article discussing Google+ and whether you should be using it.

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Google+ is not a quick fix

Google+ is not an overnight solution to your social ROI struggles, and it will mean a bit more time spent ‘doing social’. But its adoption is very likely to deliver in the long run, and ignoring it for any of the reasons cited here is not a risk I’d be happy to take with my brand’s fortunes.

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Which Social Network is Best for B2B Marketing?

Hands down, LinkedIn is the best social network for B2B marketing. LinkedIn is the only real B2B social network that was developed purely to develop direct B2B sales relationships for B2B marketers.

The other social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and YouTube – all should be in the toolbox of any serious B2B marketer. But if you’re on limited time and resources and looking to greatly increase your bottom line, you should invest wholly in LinkedIn.

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and YouTube all need to be in the toolbox of any serious B2B online marketer, but investing wholly in one of these social network will greatly help any B2B marketer increase his or her bottom line.

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What happens to your online stuff when your die?

Google lets users plan their digital afterlife

But I’m not dead, I just haven’t blogged in awhile –

Just in case you’re inactive and not actually dead, Google is set to send you a warning via an email to a secondary address, and a text message to your cellphone.

Our online lives have become so important that Google just released a feature that enables users to control what happens to their data after they die.

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