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Google+ for Businesses

by Organik
on July 14, 2011

1 minute read

Google+, Google’s effort to turn the entire search engine entity into one giant social network saw success for personal Google+ accounts. Although, Google has requested businesses to postpone creating Google+ profiles for the time being while they further develop + features for business profiles. Even so, several major brands including Ford, Mashable and Breaking News created profiles anyway.

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Google had not planned on reviling their business profiles for Google+ until later this year but due to the frenzy of businesses pressuring Google for business profiles Christian Oestlien, group product manager at Google announced on his blog they are running a test phase that businesses can apply for to be part of the testing. Be sure to apply for your business to be part of the test by going to http://goo.gl/zq95C. Applications to be part of the test phase end this Friday. We at Organik SEO have applied and so should your business.

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