A Beginner’s Guide to GooglePlus – The [Infographic] Rage is ON!

by | Updated on October 18th, 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Google+ - The [Infographic] Rage is ON!

Day after day I witness an increasing popularity in infographics. It’s not that I didn’t realize that these graphic images weren’t becoming the latest rage. I just never saw what all the fuss was about.

What’s the big deal? You take a subject worthy of what used to be writing brilliance, sprinkle in a few iconic graphics and what do you have? A visually stimulating article… a picture show.

What’s So Great About These Brilliantly Designed Infographic Images?

People love them!

They devour them like mouth-watering milk chocolate. They rave about them with their friends. They even go as far as collecting them on social image sites like Pinterest. Most importantly, they are being shared all over cyberspace.

Creating a stimulating infographic image can draw a crowd. It can help you build a following. You can accomplish what we as networking marketers strive for… eyeballs on our pages.

At this time, I have not created any infographics myself, but I will be looking into this more in the near future.

Well… enough about these stunningly amazing graphic images; now for the purpose of this article…

A Beginner’s Guide to Google Plus – Infographic Style

I recently came across a cleverly designed Google+ infographic that I thought I’d share. It was designed by +Mervik Haums for Martin Shervington of PlusYourBusiness.com.

If you are new to Google+ then it would be smart for you to take notes and put into play these useful tips from the following Google Plus marketing gurus, Mervik and Martin.

Google+ is a social media network that most people don’t seem to understand. It has now been with us in the social web ecosystem for over 12 months and has now reached over 400 million users. Despite this, it is underestimated as a tool for marketing your business and brand.” ~ Jeff Bullas

There are many Facebook and LinkedIn users that do not understand the the potential of the Google Plus platform.

I have to admit, I was one of those that did not fully understanding this social interface a year back. Because of this, as of a couple of months ago, I am now having to start over to grow my following. Through my few months of learning the platform, I have discovered this social platform has the potential like no other if you learn how to use it.

If you are new to Google+, this simple, yet impressively designed infographic image will help you get your brand discovered and your business moving.

To see the image in its original form, click on the infographic image, then when the page opens, use the magnifying glass to make it larger yet. Use your back button to return to this page.

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Comments (3)

  1. Thanks Mervik,

    I always stuck while somebody told me to used linkedin and G+. It’s not easy like Facebook and Twitter. Thanks for sharing this information. Through this I find myself more comfortable with G+. Can you do the same for Linkedin too.?

  2. Aw, thank you very much John. I’m so glad you found it helpful 🙂

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