It was started last year. Mike Elgan initiated this fantastic idea of considering Google+ as blogging platform and thus to give it a try, blogging entirely on Google+ for the month of August. I and other some peoples took that challenge. I had great experience of posting entirely on Google+. I continued to post on Google+ for rest of the year however; I also kept posting on this blog too. Continue reading “Blogs of August – Second year!”
Do you have a Google+ page that is unused from long time or for some reasons you want to delete it? When you tried to delete it, it warned you that Google account associated with that page will also get deleted and thus you got confused which account they are talking about? Don’t worry. I’ve tried to explain here what exactly that message means. Continue reading “How to delete Google+ page?”
Do you remember old days when you Google for something and whole list of articles appears in return? You’ve to then decide from article headline or link from familiar magazine that which article you’re going to read and most importantly, to trust upon. It was little bit hard to tell whether that article content is trusted or not, is it original or copied from someone else until you go to particular article and read it to find it out. Continue reading “Google Authorship – Virtual identity provider for content writers”
When you want some information about something, like to read any articles/blog posts or randomly search for anything on Google search, you probably know that some search results appears along with author’s name, photo and his number of followers on Google+. Such results attract user’s attention and perhaps give more specific information (not guaranteed). But how do these results appears in Google search results?
Those results appearing with Google+ profile image and byline are due to Google Authorship Program by Google. This authorship is beneficial for writers to finds their work quickly and helps audience to easily spot the original author. Continue reading “Claim your Google authorship”
Usually making any post on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter, people just focus on sharing something without paying much attention to the content or optimization of the post. This tendency persist on Google+ and that’s why for many newcomers who have lately started using Google+ find it hard to get their content noticed by their audience. The main cause behind it is, the way you publish your content. Your content could be anything like photography, article, blog etc. but it’ll get people’s attention only when posted in sophisticated manner. In other words, you should think like a skilled person and that should be seen in your posts. Continue reading “Optimize Google+ posts to get more visibility and interaction”