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Mar 20 Posted 11 months ago
"Plus, as every single post you create has a unique URL, this gives you an additional way to rank in the search engine."
But only for one's followers and only if they're logged into their Google account. If you post something, even publically, on your G+ page and I'm not following you (i.e., you're not in my network), I'll never see that G+post in the search page -- or am I incorrect about that?
Mar 14 Posted 11 months ago
Another way people can engage and get noticed and have others circle back with them is by joining communities. There are thousands of communities and many are there to help you with Google+ as well as educate you on what "makes you tick". I would recommend communities because it is in these communities that people engage back with you and also help grow your engagement base.
If people really want to see who the leaders are in their particulart field, I would recommend they visit www.gPlusdata.com and type in their name, as well as the city, state, field of endeavor and see who is the leader in your area, network with them connect, see how they engage and truly learn from the tops in your field.
Keep up the great work!