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2 Big Changes to Google+ Pages for Your Business You Need to Know About

Every business should consider Google+ as part of its social media marketing plan. Here are two changes to be aware of for Google+ Business Pages.

What We’re Reading – December 23

How we search One-word searches are increasing dramatically, possibly as a result of mobile search becoming more popular. A recent Pew Internet Project report indicates that people are increasing turning to search engines for information about local businesses – an argument for optimizing your Google Places listing. Just for fun – Google Search let it snow Seriously, right now Google search let it snow. You won’t be disappointed. Go to LinkedIn and click to see who has viewed your profile in…

Go Mobile this Holiday Season

It’s that time of year again. Turkeys, stuffing, pecan pie and, that most American of all traditions … holiday shopping. And no matter how stuffed they get at Thanksgiving dinner, people will be hungry for holiday deals. (Black Friday shopping has become an almost gladiatorial sport.) This year, people will be turning to their mobile devices to look for bargains so it’s time for your business to go mobile. Google projects that 44% of searches for gifts and store location will be…

What We’re Reading – June 17

How much did the Les Paul Google doodle cost? That depends on if you’re talking about how much it cost Google to make or how much it cost in lost productivity as workers around the world spend hours playing with it. Extreme Tech breaks it down. And we were glad to see that the Les Paul Google Doodle has been given a permanent home by Google. And in case you were wondering how they did all that neat stuff, Google was…

What We’re Reading – March 25

Check your site on mobile Jakob Nielsen reminds us that many websites are difficult to navigate on mobile phones (not least because drop down menus don’t always persist). Interesting reminder to check the experience for your own visitors on a mobile browser. (And remember – more mobile users access content through browsers than apps.) Google vs. Yelp With the advent of Hotpots, we’ve been wondering what would happen with the use of Yelp reviews in Google Place listings – apparently,…

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