Why your business should have a Google+ brand page

December 26, 2011 § Leave a comment

With so many social networking sites out there, it’s nearly impossible to keep up, especially with the release of Google+ brand pages about a month ago. At this point, it may be hard to make yourself create and maintain another social media site for your business. Well, this one may be worth it because lets face it, it’s Google, and like we expected they’re integrating brand pages into organic search results in more ways than one.

Option A: Organic Search Results for Brand Page Updates

Choose your keywords carefully when posting updates to your brand pages because they’re popping up in organic search results. Make sure you’re optimizing your status updates to get the best SEO results. By using well thought-out key words, your brand page posts will increase in the Google ranking system, increasing your Google+ presence, and ultimately increasing traffic to your site.

Option B: Organic Search Results for Personal Pages

Now when people talk about your brand on their personal Google+ pages, it will show up as an organic search result. So make sure you’re always keeping an eye out for what other people are saying about your brand on Google+, because what they say may show up on the first page of a Google search for your brand. Create valuable and interesting posts that are share worthy to your Google+ viewers. Enticing people to share your post will get the right search results on the Google search page you want.

Thanks for the insight HubSpot Blog.

You can read this post on Marketing Conversations and Business 2 Community too!

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