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Google+ For Small and Medium Businesses

Here’s a good list of how small and medium businesses can put Google+ to work.

Below is taken from Cheetah Builder – Google+ for small business.

How can Google+ help you interact with your customers in new ways?

  • Put your best customers in a separate circle, and share special news and discounts that might interest them as a thank you for being loyal to your brand.
  • If you have some customers who are interested in a certain line of products or services you offer, you can add them to a circle just for that. For example, if you have clients who are interested in more information about SEO or web design, you can create a circle just to share links that would interest them.
  • Use a circle and hangouts to keep in touch with staff members or business partners, helping you to stay on top of current projects as a team.
  • Use hangouts to host a workshop or launch a new product.

Have you started to put Google+ to work for your business?

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About John Murphy

I'm a husband of 26 years to my beautiful wife and college sweetheart, Janet. We have 6 children from age 8 to 24. Having spent many years in corporate life I wanted to leave that structure and be more entrepreneurial. Today I run a couple of businesses. I am an Employee Benefits and Small Business Specialist as an independent associate with LegalShield as well as a licensed insurance agent in Minnesota - Life, Health, Property & Casualty (LIC # 40366737). I'm also a licensed real estate broker, REALTOR® and investor specializing in the Minneapolis western suburbs (LIC # 40059306) with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Lovejoy Realty out of Plymouth, MN. Janet is also a real estate agent with me. I'm a blogger. I love to exercise - specifically cycling and weight lifting! If you can't find me, I'm probably exercising at Life Time Fitness in Plymouth. I'm always engrossed in a good book or two. I enjoy my coffee in the morning and an occasional glass of wine at night.

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