Google+ is still one of the most misunderstood social networks despite how important it is in a comprehensive social media strategy. Many businesses have social media plans but are lacking effective Google+ strategies. These Google Plus training programs are specifically created for beginners and advanced business users. Two separate courses will allow beginners to learn the basics of the powerful network and teach advanced users to take their profiles to the next level of effectiveness.
Beginners will learn exactly how to: Create a personal account on Google+ and build circles, make use of awesome Google+ integrations and hangouts, and create a Google+ Local and business page to take advantage of the enormous community. While advanced users will discover how to Connect their Google+ profile to other online profiles (plus the risks), create a business page strategy that drives results, and understand how Google Plus affects SEO.
Google+ has more than 250+ million users and the question is no longer whether or not businesses should be taking advantage of Google+. The question is: are you doing everything you can to optimize your Google Plus for search and business visibility?
That’s why the CEO and head trainer at Boot Camp Digital, Krista Neher, created this Google Plus Online Training (http://bootcampdigital.com/
“I’m excited to teach business about Google Plus because I know that many professionals have overlooked this important social network,” says Neher. “Everyone understands that social media is important, but it’s difficult to be an expert with every tool.”
The Google Plus 101 online training program will take place January 9th at 1pm EST. Advanced Google Plus Training (http://bootcampdigital.com/
Like all of Boot Camp Digital’s programs, this class is action-oriented and will help attendees put what they’ve learned into action.
Those interested in attending can register and get more information at http://bootcampdigital.com/
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