Google+ for Marketing Executives:<br />Summary, Review, Implications and Recommendations<br />
Summary<br />We believe G+ will take its place among a small group of critical social networks for marketers within next 1...
What is Google+?<br />G+ is a collection of different social products:<br />Profile (similar to a Facebook profile)<br />S...
Stream (this is the Default view)<br />
Stream<br />Stream allows users to view news feeds for Circles either one at a time or all at once at the click of a mouse...
Circles<br />Circles enables you to sort contacts into relevant groups<br />
Sparks (Landing Page)<br />Sparks are search-term driven. Landing page is a “semi-curated” results page for a few pre-sele...
Sparks<br />Sparks allow you to find and follow items of interest on the web. They don’t find G+ posts. It’s not social se...
Sparks<br />When create a Spark item, you “bookmark” that search term’s results so you can easily view them later. Useful ...
Chat<br />Chats can be enabled only for Circles or individuals – lets you control who can see your online status and initi...
Hangout<br />Hangout is live group chat. You can invite as many as you want, but only video chat with up to 10 people  at ...
Hangout (Pop-up)<br />Hangout occurrences are posted to Streams and are pre-set to be inherently viral and visible - but t...
Photos<br />Photos is designed to work most seamlessly with Android OS phones. Seeks to encourage upload and sharing with ...
Photos<br />Photos is a social networking app like Flickr, Picasa, Facebook. Photos carefully mimics most effective functi...
Photos<br />Photos is different in that you can share photos or albums only to certain circles or individuals if desired. ...
Huddles<br />Not a new idea - very similar to Groupme and many other startups offering group SMS texting<br />Only availab...
Key Characteristics of G+<br />Circles<br />Assumes people run in multiple social circles and would prefer to communicate ...
G+ Key Characteristics<br />Data and Privacy<br />First social net to let users download ALL their social data<br />Settin...
Key Characteristics of G+<br />Post distribution & notifications<br />Extremely viral andconversation-friendly<br />Users ...
G+ Key Characteristics<br />Issues…<br />Too many notifications<br />No way to distinguish between worthwhile notification...
Why Google is serious about G+<br />
G+ potential to “turn the tide”<br />The “Black Nav Bar” – shows how Google properties are now more present and interconne...
The “       ”<br /><ul><li>Similar to - but an expansion on - Facebook
Is a tacit endorsement to your social network of:
Content (example: an article or video)
URL (example: in search results or on website)
Google+ post (example: a status update)</li></li></ul><li>Why the “       ”?<br />2/3rds of the economy is influenced by p...
The “       ”<br /><ul><li>Will appear to you, your social network, and to general public in Google’s search results
+1 button must be added to websites in order to appear
Personal recommendations drive “pre-qualified” traffic</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>+1’s are also stored in a tab on Google+ ...
+1 tab is intended to let users manage from a single destination</li></ul>The “       ”<br />
<ul><li>+1 is Google’s way of incorporating personal recommendations  into search results on a massive scale
From the general public, in aggregate (example: “this has1200 +1’s”)
From your personal networks (example: “Steve, Roger, and Bill +1’d this”)
From yourself(example: “you +1’d this at some point in the past”)
+1 is a BIG DEAL because it means brands with more +1’s will get more traffic, more qualified traffic, and more conversion...
G+ Key Characteristics<br />How G+ Will Play into Search Results<br />Empiric research suggests Google organic search resu...
Before G+<br />After<br />G+ context w/ other social nets<br />Image Credit: http://scalableintimacy.com/<br />
After G+<br />G+ context w/ other social nets<br />Image Credit: http://scalableintimacy.com/<br />
Facebook Comparison<br />Pages for Individuals and Businesses (called Profiles in G+)<br />G+ Profiles are not currently c...
Facebook Comparison<br />Photos<br />Takes dead aim at the most-used function in Facebook<br />Designed to work best with ...
Unprecedented Growth… <br />Image credit:: http://www.zurmat.com/2011/07/22/google-plus-growth-vs-other-social-networks/<b...
… But Still a Long Way to Go<br />
What’s Next<br />G+ effect on Google Advertising will change the game<br />By now we all know that people spend more time ...
Immediate Business Uses for Google+<br />Definite and obvious:<br />Content publishing, engaging, etc.<br />Use Segmentati...
What’s Next for G+: Likely evolutions*<br />Brandable ProfilesMost social networks force their own brand, not the brand of...
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  • Arefin, we feel that brands' Google+ popularity and number of +1's will positively correlate with both SEO and paid listing performance. Just to be clear, we are pretty confident this will be at least the initial approach, based on what Google is telling us.
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  • Let the audience know in the introduction how you will be dealing with questions (whether you&apos;ll respond to select questions at the end, try to take them during the session, etc.).
  • That’s 8-10 weeks from now. Got a plan?
  • While Google is not going to become obsolete overnight, the trend is now distinctly movingaway from Google&apos;s area of domination and toward the social media marketplace.  Products like Facebook are emerging as platforms which can displace your need for a web site (why build a web site when all you need is on their platform?) or even email.  Their referral networks have the ability to be more powerful than a generic web search when you seek information.  And by tying you together with others like you, they can probably move you to products and buying locations you really want faster than a keyword Google-style search.  BNet.comheadlined &quot;How Facebook Intends to Supplant Google as the Web&apos;s #1Utility,&quot; and it just might happen - as we see users are increasingly spending more time on Facebook than Google (see chart)Source: Silicon Alley Insider
  • While the Circles feature is brilliant, simple, and useful in clustering groups, I’m not going to get my Aunt Cheryl to dump Facebook and master G+  any time soon, so home base for family etc. will stay in Facebook.
  • While the Circles feature is brilliant, simple, and useful in clustering groups, I’m not going to get my Aunt Cheryl to dump Facebook and master G+  any time soon, so home base for family etc. will stay in Facebook.
  • Launched June 28, 2011 in invite-only “trial phase”10 million users in 2 weeks; fastest-growing social net everOpen to individuals only… but individuals invited other individuals, so spread has been rapid - especially among influencers / enthusiasts / pundits / marketing &amp; PR typesSpread has been strictly VIRAL, from initial invited group outward to their networksCan we compare Google Plus growth with other social networks?It took Facebook about 7 years to reach their current 750 millon users. Twitter, on the other hand, actually has about 200 million users, after about 3 years of life. We assume that it will take a year for Google Plus growth to surpass 200 million,the current twitter users number. Going a bit further we may propose that it will take not more than 5 years for Google Plus to surpass Facebook’s users count – however, the key requirement is that Google keep listening to users and improving their social network at an equal or faster rate than that of their competitors. Twitter and Facebook are not significantly different offerings today than they were at inception. Right now we are seeing relatively minor “new” features to emerge from Facebook, but -just as their chat system- they are not competition to Google+ Hangout multivideo chat features at this time. Google Plus growth is unstoppable !
  • Launched June 28, 2011 in invite-only “trial phase”10 million users in 2 weeks; fastest-growing social net everOpen to individuals only… but individuals invited other individuals, so spread has been rapid - especially among influencers / enthusiasts / pundits / marketing &amp; PR typesSpread has been strictly VIRAL, from initial invited group outward to their networksCan we compare Google Plus growth with other social networks?It took Facebook about 7 years to reach their current 750 millon users. Twitter, on the other hand, actually has about 200 million users, after about 3 years of life. We assume that it will take a year for Google Plus growth to surpass 200 million,the current twitter users number. Going a bit further we may propose that it will take not more than 5 years for Google Plus to surpass Facebook’s users count – however, the key requirement is that Google keep listening to users and improving their social network at an equal or faster rate than that of their competitors. Twitter and Facebook are not significantly different offerings today than they were at inception. Right now we are seeing relatively minor “new” features to emerge from Facebook, but -just as their chat system- they are not competition to Google+ Hangout multivideo chat features at this time. Google Plus growth is unstoppable !
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    1. 1. Google+ for Marketing Executives:<br />Summary, Review, Implications and Recommendations<br />
    2. 2. Summary<br />We believe G+ will take its place among a small group of critical social networks for marketers within next 1-2 years<br />G+ incorporates best of Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc. and attempts toevolve the breed<br />Increases usage and usefulness of other Google services(Chrome, AdWords, Google Apps, Android OS, Picasa, etc.)<br />Will use user data from all above services to provide transformative opportunities to marketers<br />Brands must be prepared to leverage G+ when business pages become available in late September / early October 2011, esp. in regard to legal and compliance <br />Image credit: http://www.zurmat.com/2011/07/22/google-plus-growth-vs-other-social-networks/<br />
    3. 3. What is Google+?<br />G+ is a collection of different social products:<br />Profile (similar to a Facebook profile)<br />Stream (a newsfeed on the default page)<br />Sparks (a recommendation engine)<br />Hangouts (a video chat service)<br />Huddle (a group texting service)<br />Circles (a friend management service) <br />Photos (a photo sharing service)<br />Coming Soon:<br />Games<br />Questions<br />Business Profiles<br />
    4. 4. Stream (this is the Default view)<br />
    5. 5. Stream<br />Stream allows users to view news feeds for Circles either one at a time or all at once at the click of a mouse, allowing for easier filtering/browsing than Facebook, which presumes to know what you’ll like either via “Most Recent” or “Top News”<br />
    6. 6. Circles<br />Circles enables you to sort contacts into relevant groups<br />
    7. 7. Sparks (Landing Page)<br />Sparks are search-term driven. Landing page is a “semi-curated” results page for a few pre-selected topics. You can also manually find things by entering terms in the search box.<br />
    8. 8. Sparks<br />Sparks allow you to find and follow items of interest on the web. They don’t find G+ posts. It’s not social search. It does make following keywords similar to following people (via Stream). <br />
    9. 9. Sparks<br />When create a Spark item, you “bookmark” that search term’s results so you can easily view them later. Useful for curation, market research, keeping up with news, etc.<br />
    10. 10. Chat<br />Chats can be enabled only for Circles or individuals – lets you control who can see your online status and initiate a chat with you (not possible w/Facebook)<br />
    11. 11. Hangout<br />Hangout is live group chat. You can invite as many as you want, but only video chat with up to 10 people at a time.<br />
    12. 12. Hangout (Pop-up)<br />Hangout occurrences are posted to Streams and are pre-set to be inherently viral and visible - but that also makes it impossible to control who can participate. Note the chat window alongside.<br />
    13. 13. Photos<br />Photos is designed to work most seamlessly with Android OS phones. Seeks to encourage upload and sharing with high levels of virality. Default screen shows photos from your circles<br />
    14. 14. Photos<br />Photos is a social networking app like Flickr, Picasa, Facebook. Photos carefully mimics most effective functions of Facebook photo, like tagging, uploading, albums, etc.<br />
    15. 15. Photos<br />Photos is different in that you can share photos or albums only to certain circles or individuals if desired. “Photos of you” is its own default category, making it easier to manage your visual identity inside G+<br />
    16. 16. Huddles<br />Not a new idea - very similar to Groupme and many other startups offering group SMS texting<br />Only available on Android or iPhone via the G+ app (don’t look for it on the website!)<br />Can include anyone – not just G+ users<br />
    17. 17. Key Characteristics of G+<br />Circles<br />Assumes people run in multiple social circles and would prefer to communicate with each one differently <br />Users group contacts into segments (Circles) and publish / share / engage selectively<br />Asymmetric: Users can follow and engage with people who don’t follow them back (more like Twitter, less like FB)<br />Viral: Users can share with ANYONE who has put themin their circles<br />
    18. 18. G+ Key Characteristics<br />Data and Privacy<br />First social net to let users download ALL their social data<br />Settings page is easier to understand and use than FB<br />Easy to see when and how info is shared, esp. photos (more sensitive)<br />
    19. 19. Key Characteristics of G+<br />Post distribution & notifications<br />Extremely viral andconversation-friendly<br />Users comment more often<br />Comments highly visible in G+<br />Probably due to default notification settings, which notify of EVERYTHING by Gmail and in notifications on the black nav bar (above right)<br />Also likely due to early G+ user population dominated by popular influencers/power users<br />…and appear to do so more readily – comments often stretch into 50s or more for a single post – rare in Facebook <br />
    20. 20. G+ Key Characteristics<br />Issues…<br />Too many notifications<br />No way to distinguish between worthwhile notifications and useless ones (e.g, an inane or glib comment isindistinguishable from a useful one)<br />How do you sift through100s of comments? <br />Cries for “better filtering”, etc. appear frequently<br />
    21. 21. Why Google is serious about G+<br />
    22. 22. G+ potential to “turn the tide”<br />The “Black Nav Bar” – shows how Google properties are now more present and interconnected (communication, network, search, productivity, collaboration)<br />G+ is an important missing ingredient to Google mix: a driver of longer and more frequent visits/sessions<br />Has potential to make Google properties once again the most popular online destination<br />
    23. 23. The “ ”<br /><ul><li>Similar to - but an expansion on - Facebook
    24. 24. Is a tacit endorsement to your social network of:
    25. 25. Content (example: an article or video)
    26. 26. URL (example: in search results or on website)
    27. 27. Google+ post (example: a status update)</li></li></ul><li>Why the “ ”?<br />2/3rds of the economy is influenced by personal recommendations.<br />McKinsey& Company<br />20% of consumers are key influencers of purchasing activities of 74% of the population.<br />Gartner<br />Consumers mention 56 brands in conversation per week.<br />Keller Fay<br />62% of these discussions are positive.<br />Each peer recommendation reaches 150 people on the social web. <br />Forrester<br />Less than 25% of people say they trust emails they sign up for.<br />1 in 3 people come to a brand through a recommendation.<br />Weber Shandwick<br />The most recommended company in any given category grows2.5x the category average.<br />Bain& Co.<br />40% of advocates answer, comment, or give opinions online several times each week. <br />Yahoo! and Comscore<br />24<br />
    28. 28. The “ ”<br /><ul><li>Will appear to you, your social network, and to general public in Google’s search results
    29. 29. +1 button must be added to websites in order to appear
    30. 30. Personal recommendations drive “pre-qualified” traffic</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>+1’s are also stored in a tab on Google+ profiles for easy access. Users can opt to show their +1 tab, or keep it private – “micro-bookmarking”
    31. 31. +1 tab is intended to let users manage from a single destination</li></ul>The “ ”<br />
    32. 32. <ul><li>+1 is Google’s way of incorporating personal recommendations into search results on a massive scale
    33. 33. From the general public, in aggregate (example: “this has1200 +1’s”)
    34. 34. From your personal networks (example: “Steve, Roger, and Bill +1’d this”)
    35. 35. From yourself(example: “you +1’d this at some point in the past”)
    36. 36. +1 is a BIG DEAL because it means brands with more +1’s will get more traffic, more qualified traffic, and more conversions from Google search, which owns 85% of the market</li></ul>The “ ”<br />
    37. 37. G+ Key Characteristics<br />How G+ Will Play into Search Results<br />Empiric research suggests Google organic search results are affected by whether user has added a brand to their Google+ Circles<br />This means the more popular your brand is in G+, the higher your SEO rankings are likely to be<br />Hovering over the Ford Motor Company link displays this:<br />
    38. 38. Before G+<br />After<br />G+ context w/ other social nets<br />Image Credit: http://scalableintimacy.com/<br />
    39. 39. After G+<br />G+ context w/ other social nets<br />Image Credit: http://scalableintimacy.com/<br />
    40. 40. Facebook Comparison<br />Pages for Individuals and Businesses (called Profiles in G+)<br />G+ Profiles are not currently customizable yet, whereas FB pages can essentially developed as fully as websites<br />Posts<br />Format and options for posts are practically identical<br />News Feed…<br />…But G+ News Feed can be custom-filtered by users via Circles<br />“Liking” a post (Google calls this “+1”)… Except…<br />+1 only applies to posts, websites, and content - not to Profiles<br />+1 concept assumes user may like a user’s post without committing to holistically “Liking” the author<br />+1 informs search results, whereas FB Like does not<br />Will G+ for business include profile-level “Liking” like FB? We’ll see…<br />
    41. 41. Facebook Comparison<br />Photos<br />Takes dead aim at the most-used function in Facebook<br />Designed to work best with Google-owned apps, OS’s, services<br />Careful to be BETTER than Facebook on managing privacy and sharing issues<br />Perfectly synced with Picasa, which should give it an advantage over both Facebook and media site sharing competitors:<br />Facebook, and photo sharing services from …<br />Apple / iPhoto<br />Yahoo / Flickr<br />Adobe / CS 5 <br />Microsoft / Windows Live Photo Gallery<br />
    42. 42. Unprecedented Growth… <br />Image credit:: http://www.zurmat.com/2011/07/22/google-plus-growth-vs-other-social-networks/<br />
    43. 43. … But Still a Long Way to Go<br />
    44. 44. What’s Next<br />G+ effect on Google Advertising will change the game<br />By now we all know that people spend more time on social websites than any other, esp. Facebook, and marketing investment has followed<br />Advertising in social is different because you can target based on user profiles, which are proven to generate better ads and higher return on advertising spend<br />Google has always been ahead in search, but not social<br />Google search targets based on need (keywords)<br />Social networks target based on profiles (identity, interest, friends) <br />Google+ will be able to add the power of profiles to need to provide brands with a revolutionary new targeting capability<br />
    45. 45. Immediate Business Uses for Google+<br />Definite and obvious:<br />Content publishing, engaging, etc.<br />Use Segmentation to do focused Publishing & Engagement<br />Use to build awareness, esp. with influencers/early adopters<br />Content curation and market research (Sparks)<br />Traffic generation<br />SEO – Essential for businesses to publish/engage in G+<br />SEM/PPC - Target in G+ like they do on Facebook, Linkedin, etc.<br />Less definite, will depend on client and circumstance:<br />Live Meetings (Hangouts) and Chats (Huddles) for planned client/customer and brand interactions<br />Customer Service (Dell)<br />Webinar-style presentations<br />
    46. 46. What’s Next for G+: Likely evolutions*<br />Brandable ProfilesMost social networks force their own brand, not the brand of the company. Will G+ be different? We think yes.<br />SMMPswill be able to add G+ channel via API to facilitate G+ presence management. G+ will recognize the importance of doing this b/c brands need to manage publishing and engagement on multiple social networks and will want to just add G+ to the tool(s) they are already using<br />Customers may be able to post content directly onto a brand's profile/page and give brands management control so that those posts can be deleted, moderated, etc. (kind of like Wikipedia)<br />*Credit for some evolutions suggested: https://plus.google.com/111091089527727420853/posts<br />
    47. 47. What’s Next for G+: Likely evolutions*<br />People will be able to use Sparks to watch an industry vertical or a location / region, etc. and have popular posts pushed to news feed. Sparks doesn’t integrate G+ posts now, but hopefully it will in the future. This would be a huge improvement over Twitter and Facebook. <br />"Hangout" features will be offered for Brands to let teams have inbound requests routed to different employees and let them moderate and split up calls. Add recording and broadcasting to Hangout so a management team could hold a press conference or an earnings call and have that shared with everyone - not just 10 participants.<br />Brands (and individuals) will be able to share circles like people currently share music playlists. Brands will be able to tag employees in a circle of their employees so recipient would know who to contact for different needs. (Think Sales, B2B scenarios)<br />*Credit for some evolutions suggested: https://plus.google.com/111091089527727420853/posts<br />
    48. 48. What’s Next for G+: Likely evolutions (update)<br />As of July 25, 2011:<br />Integration with Google Apps: Google says that Plus for Google Apps accounts "should be available in the coming months" <br />Full-fledged meeting functionality: Hints in source code point to full-fledged meeting functionality, including<br />video and voice conferencing <br />screen sharing<br />document sharing <br />a whiteboard feature <br />http://www.readwriteweb.com/biz/2011/07/google-plus-for-businesses-brands.php <br />
    49. 49. What Brands should be doing now<br /><ul><li>Encourage internal PR, marketing, and all other social media- or community management teams to experiment with Google+ and share insights and observations</li></ul>Circles<br />How could your company use Circles? Think: Interest groups as circles to share information that can be public<br />Huddles<br />Group collaboration “on the go” – ideal for events and planning. Like a conference call, but via SMS<br />Hangouts (group video chat)<br />Could be used for brainstorming sessions or to connect with industry colleagues<br />
    50. 50. What Brands should be doing now<br /><ul><li>Do you advertise now on Google?! Prepare to reallocate your marketing budget to accommodate:</li></ul>Expanding social media activities to include G+ publishing, engagement<br />Developing a strategy designed to:<br />Drive +1’s<br />Attract and engage G+ followers<br />Testing and evaluating G+ effect on SEO/PPC performance as well as typical social KPIs and metrics, including traffic and conversions<br /><ul><li>Reevaluate Google services vs. competing services</li></ul>Key: G+, AdWords, Google Analytics, Google Apps<br />Secondary: Online advertising mix (especially social advertising), Webinar software (various vendors), customer service platforms<br />
    51. 51. End Core Content<br />
    52. 52. About Gage Marketing<br />
    53. 53. Marketing Solutions that Drive Behavior<br />Formed in 1992<br />Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Redmond<br />Ad Age / Interactive Rank: #35<br />Promo / Promotion Rank: #37<br />Blending of technology and marketing for world’s most respected brands<br />Promotional<br />Sweeps, games, contests, POP, legal<br />Digital<br />Mobile, web, media, social, dashboards<br />Relationship<br />CRM, incentive & loyalty programs, DR<br />Fortune 500 Client Base<br />
    54. 54. Gage Social Media Ecosystem + Select Clients<br />Strategy & Consulting<br />Software Integration<br />Services<br />Custom Development<br />Media<br /><ul><li>SM Outpost strategy and management
    55. 55. Social CRM - Monitoring , Measurement, Engagement
    56. 56. Thought Leadership Marketing
    57. 57. Event Marketing (microblogging, video capture / publishing, SlideShare)
    58. 58. SEO media asset development, publishing, tagging
    59. 59. Social Media Identity Protection
    60. 60. SM Analytics / Dashboards
    61. 61. Legal Services (Campaign design, Rules, Terms & conditions)
    62. 62. SM Promotions (Wildfire)
    63. 63. eCommerce (BazaarVoice)
    64. 64. B2B CRM (Salesforce)
    65. 65. Loyalty and Community building (Pluck, Lithium)
    66. 66. Content Curation (Magnify, Curation Station)
    67. 67. Collaborative and cross-channel marketing (Spredfast, Sprinklr)
    68. 68. Monitoring / Social CRM(Radian6, Visible Technologies)
    69. 69. Viral tracking / Earned Media Measurement(Meteor)
    70. 70. Profiling / Retargeting / Advocacy modeling(Rapleaf, Flowtown)
    71. 71. Custom Loyalty / Sweepstakes, Contests, Promotions, Training, Community
    72. 72. Custom Facebook Applications:
    73. 73. Photo/Video Contests
    74. 74. Localization
    75. 75. FacebookOpenGraph API integration
    76. 76. Dynamic live/social content display widgets
    77. 77. Social Media-technology mashups (Crimson Hexagon, Google/Bing Maps, etc)
    78. 78. Mobile Applications Development
    79. 79. WAP site enablement
    80. 80. Cross-channel campaign design and execution
    81. 81. Social Media Advertising
    82. 82. Twitter (Tweets/handles/hashtags)
    83. 83. Facebook (DirectServe, PPL model, others)
    84. 84. LinkedIn (InMail, Display ads)
    85. 85. YouTube
    86. 86. …More</li></li></ul><li>For more information<br />Christopher McLarenDirector - Emerging Media & StrategyGage Marketing Group<br />Phone: 763-242-0930<br />Email: chris_mclaren@gage.comConnect: http://bit.ly/cmclaren1<br />Please reference “G+ webinar”<br />46<br />

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