Christian Oestlien, a product manager at Google+ pledges in this video that Google is indeed planning to open its Google+ doors for businesses and brands later this year (2011). Oestlien is asking for patience by reminding that Google prefers that users hold off from using consumer profiles to get business identities in Google+. As outlined in our earlier overview about Google, Google+ will be acting as a mortar between various Google’s business services. For instance, Oestlien mentions that business owners will have the ability to connect Google+ identity to other Google products that businesses are using such as Google AdWords.
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Comparing social media giants with infographics is a growing trend. This video showcases the early steps of Google+. When comparing Google with Facebook, the video sometimes compares Google as a company to Facebook, and sometimes Google+ social media site to Facebook. While this can be confusing it is also a reality of competition over definitions: Google tries to build dominance with integrating and networking its Google family products and services to the Google+ experience. The difference between Google as a company with various products/services and Google+ as a networking site is not completely solid but up to an interpretation. Google may win the award for a biggest company while Facebook still holds an exclusive lead in the social networking numbers.
British pro-blogger Darren Rowse approaches blogging with the same determination as any fitness regime, emphasizing the importance of routine and support:
1) Don’t leave blogging under a random impulse or a chance. Put a blogging plan in place, create a strategy.
2) Create a weekly schedule. Designate specific tasks for specific days of the week. Stick with the routine.
3) Don’t be alone. Be social. Team up with a social media mentor or a friend. Create a sense of accountability.
Rowse reminds of the cumulative effect: “More I posted, more readers I would get. More I would use the blog, the more successful it [the blog] would get.” Interaria would like to also add that it is important to think why many exercise routines fail. The common reasons are that they are unrealistic or lack elements of inspiration. As much as routine is important, it is also important to be ready to change things up and adjust the regime when blogging starts feeling like a chore.
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