Although it is new in the business, ‘Google plus’ is one of the fastest growing social networking sites, which has created a huge competition for Facebook. In the latest survey it was noticed that Google plus is viewed as an entity cross between Twitter and Facebook, where it provides a facility to use it for your business. It is considered to be the perfect platform to connect with people around you and build relationship with them, resulting in diversion of traffic to your blog. Here are few tips that are displayed below which can be utilised to increase your blog traffic with Google plus:
Create A Profile Page
Google plus page can be created if your blog is a business related blog; this acts as a brand for personal blogs and you can connect your profile to connect the visitors of the blog. In the page, all the necessary information has to be added, like who you are, what your blog is related to, how people can find your blog, what makes the blog so special and grab user interest.
Emphasis The Google + Badge On Your Blog
Include the Google plus share button on your website or blog beside the Facebook and Twitter. Although this networking site is new and has very few people on its account, it has been noticed that it is growing really fast when compared to other networking sites. It offers you a unique identification where you go in a diversified way as opposed to following everyone else. Through this, the visitors add your business page to their circle.
Utilize The Feature Of Google Plus Wisely
There are many great features that are offered by Google plus, you should make sure that you utilise all of them wisely. One of its features is ‘hang out’ where you can directly interact with the people in real life. This will be an advantageous feature if you have launched a new product and share it first directly with your customers make them feel happy and also your marketing speed accelerates.
You need to create circles in order to categorise all your Google plus connections accordingly. These circles act helpful in placing the people into their appropriate circle that can be easily identified when you need to search for them. This way you can maintain fast interaction with your visitors and circle of people.