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23 Responses to Everything you need to know about Google + Communities

  1. Hi, Lilach
    Thanks for the Detailed review of Google+ Community, I think this feature was missing on Google+.
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  3. Ana says:

    I am sooo way behind on this, Lilach; on my to-do list to start a community!
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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Ana – well let me know when you set up your community, would be great to be part of it:)

      Seriously though I’m really liking Google+ and see huge potential there, Facebook is now incredibly busy and I’m seeing much less engagement/likes on the FB groups as Facebook is making more and more of us spend on ads so Google+ is definitely one to watch out for! (until of course they do the same annoying things Facebook is doing lol)
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  4. Thanks for the walk-through. We’re a competitor for the ‘private’ groups function for small business. The great advantage we offer… we’ll pay you every month for referring a business!

    Now if Google would do that, I’d throw in the towel, but till then… Let the games begin!

    Thanks Lilach

  5. Hello Lilach,
    “Community” is the new feature of Google+ most of the people arn’t aware about this features. this is very helpful review for all the bloggers and especially for the newbie’s.
    This is also very informative for me.
    thanks for sharing :)
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  6. Hi Lilach, very nice write up about the G+ Communities.

    I have been active on Google Plus for a good while and I had never really cared about them adding communities, but now that they have I really like them. It save me from the need to circle lots of people to just get their updates about a specific topic.

    I may want to see their updates about “video tips” but have no urge to see their post about sports. With communities I can avoid the sport post and just see when they post in the “video” community. LOL
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    • Lilach says:

      Hi Sheryl, thanks for your comment! I do agree with you that Google+ communities have made it much easier to keep up with the latest updates from your favorite subjects, without having to sort through stories you don’t really care about! It’s a great update, and I’m really glad that they’ve made it!
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  7. Ravi says:

    Google + communities is great way to Promote and Increase your Google+ page. As per Matt Cutts, Number of Followers for Your Google + page may Influence Pagerank and Traffic
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  8. mike says:

    Communities may be new, but it is already helping me connect with many like minded individuals. This is an amazing way to promote your content!
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  9. Once again another great post, and now have a much better insight into it! I just wonder what the difference is between google pages and communities are they look very similar to me!

    I suppose communities is the equivalent to groups on FB!
    Will deffo be using google+ a lot more!

    Thanks again!
    - Phillip

  10. And do you consider Google+, as a popular social network? As far as I noticed, it isn’t as popular as Facebook and Twitter. I can’t understand the reasons of such a tendency, if to be honest

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  11. When you’re a brand, you want methods to access your web properties or communities to be as frictionless as possible. The easier it is the more likely people will act on it. Vanity URLs are the start of easier word of mouth sharing, since your customers may choose to visit your brand not through your website, but your presence in social media.
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  14. I was reading an article on Facebook and saw the ad for this article. This is information that I need since I just started doing Google Plus. Never liked Facebook with their friends and fans.

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  16. Yashar says:

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