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Jan
18

Learn with Google Hangout On Air with “Google+ for Business” Author Chris Brogan

Join author Chris Brogan for a Learn with Google Hangout on Air. Chris will cover tactics for successful social media marketing from his new book “Google+ for Business: How Google’s Social Network Changes Everything.” Join us for this discussion on how to engage customers with social media and use Google+ to run successful marketing programs. Learn Chris’s recipes for how to grow and engage your Google+ community to build your brand and drive your business. Find more Learn with Google webinars at google.com/ads/webinars. If you want to purchase Chris’s new book, check it out on the Google Play store: goo.gl

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  1. Shawnda Dee says:

    I am interested… i would like to purchase and get so much info…. I have been on and got 100+ on.. yayyayyy

  2. purice06 says:

    before I get cynical comments: I don’t mean that eastcoast-westcoast-Istanbul thing – I got that. 😉

  3. purice06 says:

    Why must I wait 2:20 minutes for a “Good morning and good evening”? That makes no sense to me.

  4. ryansteinolfson says:

    13:37 “The more active we are on the Google+ network… the more it increases our search engine visibility”

    That is a huge quote. I’m gonna get active on Google+. Nuff said.

    Also just by doing a hangout on air it doubled his number of fans. holy cow that’s awesome.

    I have experienced the same phenomenon with YouTube. If I’m actively creating and posting content to YouTube the more prominent my video’s are in the search results.

  5. ryansteinolfson says:

    I love the quote from Chris; using a social network is a lot like renting a hotel room you can put up the lava lamp and the van Halen poster but at the end of the stay those need to go with you

  6. ryansteinolfson says:

    I really like the idea of creating a circle for my way most avid customers so that they can talk amongst themselves.

  7. 5HourWeek says:

    I wish the first 1 minute and 40 seconds of this video was edited out. One minute and forty seven seconds is a very long time to what for the first word spoken in the video. But once you get started the information is very good thank you.

  8. bigshotsmarketing says:

    A great presentation. Thanks to everyone!

  9. cesare casadonte says:

    a special thanks for this hangout best regards cesare casadonte

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