Everyone wants to be listed high on Google’s search engine results. You write a blog post, tweet, update your website or add otherwise content to the web. Google bots, crawling the web, are coming across your post. The page is indexed within seconds. Google estimates the domain and pages’ overall authority, based on links.
Page rank depends on a few factors, such as the number of Web pages that link to your site, the frequency of keywords within your site and how long your site exists on the internet. However, with Google+ it’s completely different: your presence at Google+ means you are high-ranked from the moment you post something on your Google+ timeline or your Google+ pages.
Use hashtags on Google+ too
Just like Twitter, Google+ offers #hashtag benefits to make searching for topics easy. It’s a great way to get found, not only inside…
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