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What is google+

  1. 1. What is google+Developed under the codename Emerald Sea, Google+ isbasically Googles latest attempt at creating a socialnetwork. Google is cannily calling it a "project", ratherthan a "product" - perhaps to avoid comparison with itsless successful social products. Google reckons that currentonline networks (no names mentioned) simply dont cutthe mustard and thats why its launching its own version.According to Googles official blog
  2. 2. What is the privacy about google+Most social networks, Facebook included, have run intotrouble over privacy concerns at some point or another, sowhat is Google+ doing to address it? Youll be able to alteryour visibility settings so that only your name and photo willappear online to people that arent in your network.However, if youre in a circle on a friends public profile,then your picture will appear on there (but clicking on itwouldnt go anyway if your privacy settings are on). Youll beable to assign different levels of visibility to different
  3. 3. When can I get itGoogle+ can currently only be accessed with a special Field Trial invitation, which Google has been sending out atrandom to Gmail users. Theres no set date for a full launch, but we would guess that it wont be too long before Google+ goes live to everyone. In the meantime, you can check out the demo, as long as you have a Google ID.
  4. 4. Will Google+ deliver the same local benefits? Even though Google+ is impacting search results in a big way, scalability for brands on the social network is limited until Google opens up an API for Google+ to anyone needing access. Unfortunately, that means brands must spend significant time to create and maintain Google+ Brand pages for their brick and mortar locations.
  5. 5. Anatomy of a Google+ local marketing pilot programCMOs should talk to their teams about the potentialbenefits of starting now with Google+. Brands choosing tomove forward with a local marketing pilot program shouldstart by:1. Choosing local entities that already have an active localsocial strategy to participate in the pilot2. Enrolling a manageable number of locations in the pilot:five-ten percent of all locations to start3. Building all Google+ pages to be locally relevant byusing keywords that describe the business, services,location and areas served.
  6. 6. Are we thinking locally to boost visibility and success?Some national and regional brands have found great successleveraging local dealers, agents, distributors, retailers andfranchisees to boost the national brand along with local visibilityand sales. Automated local search marketing technologies helpbrands scale programs focused on Google Places, Bing Local andmore. This makes it easier to build and maintain a national web ofvisibility made up of hundreds or thousands of local entities. Ifyour local and search marketing teams arent working to leveragelocal in this fashion, ask them why as soon as possible.
  7. 7. How Chrome Can Help You Get Your Ex Back Do you hate how things ended between you and your ex and are you still trying to get him/her back? Google apparently knows what that feels like and wants you to use Chrome to set things right. Or at least, that’s what it looks like judging from Google’s.
  8. 8. two commercials for Google+ with the Muppets. newsComment 22inShare.74Google’s Latest TV Ad: How Chrome Can Help You Get Your Ex Back Frederic Lardinois posted 3 hours ago22CommentsView Staff Page Follow me on twitter Do you hate how things ended between you and your ex and are you still trying to get him/her back? Google apparently knows what that feels like and wants you to use Chrome to set things right. Or at least, that’s what it looks like judging from Google’s latest TV commercial for Chrome, which debuted last night.
  9. 9. What most of these ads have in common, though Is that they don’t focus on technology so much, but what that technology can do for its users. No doubt, that’s a pretty effective advertising technique. Whether Chrome and Google can help you get your ex back, though, is a different question.
  10. 10. Do you hate how things ended between you and your ex and areyou still trying to get him/her back? Google apparently knows what that feels like and wants you to use Chrome to set things right. Or at least, that’s what it looks like judging from Google’s.
  11. 11. How could contact people In messenger by google+Make group plans in a cinch. Google+Messenger lets you chat and coordinatewith any of your friends, all at the sametime.
  12. 12. Google+ Badgesquietly rolled out to select enterprises beginning 9November 2011 and officially released to thepublic on 16 November.[53] Badges are sidebarwidgets which embed "Add to Circles" buttonsand drop-down lists into off-site websites andblogs, similar to Facebooks Like Box widgets
  13. 13. The number of U.S. visits to Google+ surpassed49 million during the one-month periodending Dec. 11, 2011, a 55% increasefrom the one-month period endingNovember 11, 2011.[35]
  14. 14. New Features for Google+ MobileSince the launch of Google+, Google hasbeen adding and improving many features.On September 30, 2011, the companyreleased a list of changes and additions toGoogle+ mobile which include
  15. 15. Games in Google+: fun that fits your schedule My family has a games closet. Inside you’ll find a few decks of cards, two decades’ worth of board games and a Twister mat for those times when we’re feeling limber. Playing games is a great way for us to spend quality time with each other (and a little healthy competition never hurt anyone either).

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