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Brian Honigman is a marketing consultant, freelance writer and a professional speaker focused on strengthening relationships with brands, startups and their customers. He is also an active contributor to a number of digital marketing publications like the Huffington Post, Mashable, the Next Web, Entepreneur and others. Follow him on Twitter at @BrianHonigman and on Google+.
Hi Frakline, ufortunately there's no tool that I know of that gives you the absolutel total number of followers you have on Pinterest. Thanks for reading though.
Thanks for the feedback. It's still yet to be seen if Google+ will have the same shelf life as other social networks have, but till then we can only look to see how we can best represent our businesses there if applicable. I agree that Google+ has made some mistakes with the roll out of this social network but again, time will tell how this will affect its user base.
You're welcome Jen, thanks for reading!
Hello Reed, thanks for reading! Excellent point that many often glaze over simply because they feel like they should have an active presence on every social media platform, which is not the case. Evaluating your business and determining which social platforms suit it best is a vital way to ensure success on one of these platforms, like Google+.
I like your article comparing three different businesses and how they should/do use social. Thanks again for sharing and connecting, looking forward to future chats.