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How To Use Google+ as A Logo Designer

Google+ Tips for Logo Designer
Posted April 2nd, 2015 in Articles by Daniel Pintilie

We published many articles about social media and social networks and all of them were highly appreciated by the readers. We offered many interesting posts for Facebook and Twitter users, but we have written very few articles about Google+. Continue Reading »

Infographic: Hot To Use Google Plus and Become a Plus Wizard

How To Become a Google Plus Wizard
Posted May 12th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

Do you already know Google+ with well? Most people assume that Google+ is like another social media, but they wrong. Google+ more than that, a presence on Google+ is so important. By taking a little time to your business page on Google+ can mean improved local search visibility, especially for a small to medium – sized business. The more benefits of Google plus you can find on MarketingLand.com post. Continue Reading »

How the Logistic Brands use Google Plus for Marketing

Google Plus Marketing Strategies
Posted April 24th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

Never can stop whenever talking about eCommerce business that is become a trend today. This business is so promising for any brand owner and have relatively little budget for maintan it. Previously I have talk about Food & Baverage Brands and The Top 7 Hotels. Today, I will continue to discuss the logistic brandss strategies. Continue Reading »

Google+ Marketing Tips for Your Product Sales

Google+ Marketing Strategy
Posted December 24th, 2012 in Articles by Eko S

Google+ also have a facility that complements other social media. For the example is Google+ has a similar G+ it’s like “Facebook like” beside that Google+ also has #Hashtag that have same function with the #Hashtag belong Twitter. And as a marketer of course, you will greatly benefit from the facilities offered by the Google+. Where facilities owned like Facebook and Twitter Hastag has been very useful for marketers in social media. Continue Reading »

Useful Branding Tips from 5 Top Brands using Google Plus

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Posted June 9th, 2012 in Articles by Eko S

At this time, so much social media has been created. It’s help us in touch with people we know, other than facebook and twitter as the predecessor now it’s been create google plus as a social media by google. Google plus offers some uniqueness that is different between facebook and twitter. I personaly feel that google plus is refinement of facebook and twitter, as for some reason why google plus a consideration for branding is as follows. Continue Reading »

5 Google+ Marketing Ideas to Optimize Your Brand

Posted March 21st, 2012 in Articles by Eko S

This is a guest post by Claudia, if you want to guest post on this blog, please contact us.

The launch of Google Plus brings yet another avenue to the fore for marketers to promote their products and services. The only difference here is that Google Plus comes with the backing of a brand as big as Google. Google Plus has been built to meet the communication needs of people in a way that they can interact through their messages with people in general, as they do while tweeting and also to create a more personal space for interaction with friends, akin to Continue Reading »

The Viability of Google+

The viability of Google+
Posted August 25th, 2011 in Inspiration by Eko S

This is a guest post by Alvina Lopez, if you want to guest post on this blog, contact us.

Google+ has been available for a few months now and it’s proven itself as a worthy entry into the ever-shuffling lineup of social media tools. If used properly, a person can integrate Google+ into their social media lifestyle with ease. The service has been designed with such an eye for user friendliness that comparable social media titans like Facebook seem clunky by comparison. Don’t worry if you’re new to Google+ or if you’re on the fence about starting your profile; here are some tips to familiarize yourself with what may be the next big thing in online social media. Continue Reading »

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