You may have heard or seen the hype regarding Google+. But, if you’re anything close to an average American, you already have multiple profiles on multiple social media websites. Is it really that important to have one more password to keep track of? In regards to Google+, the answer is yes.
If you aren’t using a Google+ profile to boost your business, then you are missing out. Keep reading the article below to see why one more password is totally worth it. You won’t regret it!
“Why Google Plus Can be so Important for your Business
Google plus is indexed by Google so it can help customers find your business faster and easier also by creating a business page you can increase your visibility.Google+ has more than 90 million members and 60% of them log in every day.How to reach all those users?
Provide original information but more importantly share other people’s ideas. Also make sure that you post few times a day to reach people in different times zones.
Build up trust
If someone you trust shares a link, you are more likely to check it out. Therefore, comment on your shares, respond to other people’s comments.
Educate your followers
Let your circles know more about your brand as the more they know the easier it is to them to make informed decision about your product or service.
Make sure that your customers are kept happy and respond rapidly to their questions and complains. Offer videos or other media to help resolve their problems or issues.
Build a community
Give fans a place to talk and share their experiences but tailor your community to your location and business.
Do not forget to add media and provide value. Always look for user-created content like e-book, video, reports or photos.
Few ideas how to get it done:
Build a relevant audience by looking for people who are appropriate to your business. You can do that by defining your audience by demographic or location or topic.
Look for a content that your circles would like outside of Google+
Engage in conversation on a post
Read posts by others and comment but at the same time you need to comment on your own posts.
Share a new post since the purpose of a social network is to connect and share.
Finally, do not forget to be consistent and keep your offline and online business presence the same. Moreover, provide a continuity so your clients always know what to expect.”
Contact us if you want to start promoting your business through inbound marketing. Until next time, stay social media savvy!