3 Reasons B2B Companies Should Be On Google+

Think Google+ is just for tech nerds? Think again. Google+ can have a profound effect on your marketing, search, retargeting efforts, and social research. Learn how in this short 6 minute video.

The same rules apply to Google+ as to all earned media: share valuable stuff to people who ask for it if you want the only guaranteed, sustainable, long-term strategy.

Christopher Penn
Vice President, Marketing Technology

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Posted on January 7, 2013 in Social Media, Strategy

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Christopher S. Penn is an authority on digital marketing and marketing technology. A recognized thought leader, author, and speaker, he has shaped three key fields in the marketing industry: Google Analytics adoption, data-driven marketing and PR, and email marketing. Known for his high-octane, here’s how to get it done approach, his expertise benefits companies such as Citrix Systems, McDonald’s, GoDaddy, McKesson, and many others. His latest work, Leading Innovation, teaches organizations how to implement and scale innovative practices to direct change. Christopher is a highly-sought keynote speaker thanks to his energetic, informative talks. In 2015, he delivered insightful, innovative talks on all aspects of marketing and analytics at over 30 events to critical acclaim. He is a founding member of IBM’s Watson Analytics Predictioneers, co-founder of the groundbreaking PodCamp Conference, and co-host of the Marketing Over Coffee marketing podcast. Christopher is a Google Analytics Certified Professional and a Google AdWords Certified Professional. He is the author of over two dozen marketing books including bestsellers such as Marketing White Belt: Basics for the Digital Marketer, Marketing Red Belt: Connecting With Your Creative Mind, and Marketing Blue Belt: From Data Zero to Marketing Hero.
3 comments
JoeCotellese
JoeCotellese

Hmm, must have been a bug or something. The left share bar didn't have the FB Like +1 or InShare buttons before just a space between StumbleUpon and PinIt. It's there now.

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JoeCotellese
JoeCotellese

@shiftcomm great video but I don't see a G+ share button in your share bar :(

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