Google + is still considered a new and upcoming network. This site is supposed to reach 400 million users by the end of 2012. Since this network does have tons of people visiting daily, it would be the best idea to set up your account the best way possible. If you start up your Google+ page with these tips you will be on your way to a successful Google+ experience.
Almost every website and game has an app now for cellular devices. It would be the best idea to start off by installing the Google+ mobile app. This app is just as fast as the website itself and functions exactly the same. The Google+ app is actually rated higher than the Facebook app. This is a great way to keep your page up to date at any moment and place. You can also keep track of what everyone else is doing in your circles with this app.
After installing the app, go on the actual computer and add as many people with the same interest as you to your circles. You need to connect with people to make your page have any kind of worth. If there are no people to post for then there is no reason to have the page in the first place. Follow publications and public figures so that you can always stay updated with what is going on.
Google+ has something called a “public hangout” that you can host or join. Much of the feedback of these have been negative due to the people that have interacted together. Instead, take the time to check out some of the new On Air hangouts.
There are buttons on almost every social network that allow you to share, comment, or like a post. When dealing with Google+, you have the option to “+1″ a post. When you +1 something, you are giving that post value and also are building a reputation as a reliable source of web media. You will find yourself in more circles and become a source for valuable content.
Don’t force or rush anything when setting up your Google + page. If you take your time and properly update your page, you will get the most of out Google+.
Do you have a Google+ page? Has the network done any good for you or your business?