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The Irresistible Rise Of Google Plus Infographic

Posted by Mark on Thursday, 28th March, 2013 (Google)

Google Plus is quickly becoming a front runner in the social networking world – basically because Google are rewarding the SEO of people that are utlising it. This week, following Mark’s recent video post about Google+, we have created an infographic on the increase in popularity of Google Plus and how implementing Google Authorship can affect your business.

The Irresistible Rise Of Google Plus from attwooddigital.com

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Mark Attwood is the founder of Attwood Digital and has been working online since 1996. He created the world's first online skip hire service in the UK that went on to generate over £40m from digital marketing. He now lives with his family in Marrakech. You can get his free video training for business owners and entrepreneurs here

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6 responses to “The Irresistible Rise Of Google Plus Infographic”

  1. […] (Infographie) l’irrésistible ascension de Google+ […]

  2. […] it can have a drastic effect on click through rates (CTR) to your site from Google search results. An infographic from Attwood Digital published in March 2013 made a bold claim about Google+ authorship […]

  3. […] it can have a drastic effect on click through rates (CTR) to your site from Google search results. An infographic from Attwood Digital published in March 2013 made a bold claim about Google+ authorship […]

  4. […] it can have a drastic effect on click through rates (CTR) to your site from Google search results. An infographic from Attwood Digital published in March 2013 made a bold claim about Google+ authorship […]

  5. […] it can have a drastic effect on click through rates (CTR) to your site from Google search results. An infographic from Attwood Digital published in March 2013 made a bold claim about Google+ authorship […]

  6. […] Eso significa sencillamente que el contenido de la pagina en cuestión está asociado al perfil de un usuario de la red social Google+, mostrando así, junto a la descripción del contenido y su enlace, su nombre, su foto de perfil y el número de seguidores. Y eso, siempre según ese estudio, no solamente da un aspecto más agradable y profesional, sino que da confianza al visitante y aumenta considerablemente las entradas (véase esta infografía en inglés de An infographic from Attwood Digital) […]

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