Leverage Google+! Behind the Scenes of Profiles & Posts by SEER Interactive

Linda Buquet

Jun 28, 2012
Now we are in a G+ world and there are very few left in that confusing neverland that have not yet been upgraded to + I want to start focusing more on sharing articles that will help you guys leverage G+ on all levels. Not just for client rankings, but for your own marketing efforts as well.

I'm also trying hard to get more up on all things Google+ and boost my own readership and engagement, so as I learn things that help me - I'll share them to try to help you!

So here is the 1st of many great posts I'll be sharing. This one is really worth your time to dig into.

Google+: Looking Behind the Scenes of Profiles and Posts | SEER Interactive

While Google+ can effectively be used as a micro blogging platform, it lacks many of the features that give blog owners using a CMS more control of the HTML elements, tags and styling of their blog.

To help Google+ users understand what is happening behind the scenes, I?ve dug into the source code of Google+ posts and pages to show you elements that affect how your posts appear in Google+ and in Google Search. In this guide, you?ll learn what tags are added automatically and how to optimize the elements you have control over.

Before we begin, I encourage you to follow along by examining the source code of your own Google+ profile and posts. Who knows, maybe you?ll discover something that wasn?t mentioned in the post?
Learn any new tidbits???
Aug 7, 2013
I want to start focusing more on sharing articles that will help you guys leverage G+ on all levels.
Thanks Linda. I was just thinking about this early this morning. The general tone on the internet is changing when it comes to G+. What was once forced fed frustrations and just trying to understand the rapid changes, is now taking a more positive tone. I'm excited to see the changes...

Jim Froling

Forum Member
Jul 19, 2012
Busy today working on those pesky client requirements but looking forward to diving into this fully. This, I believe, will become tomorrow's "must do" towards local search optimization.

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