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Google+ Training for Business and Marketing

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Google has admitted that their prized social network is their top priority as it takes stage in 2014 as one of the largest social networks. Google+, while totally integrated amazing Google features like Google Authorship, reviews on the Google Play store, Search Engine results, YouTube and more, is becoming more and more important as the web continues to grow larger than most individuals can handle. We're teaching you the real idea behind Google+, to create an identity network that identifies people and businesses across the web, and how to take advantage of this knowledge. Understanding why this network was made and how it is intended to function will completely change your views on Google+ while preparing you to develop an effective usage strategy

This Google+ training course will take you past the basics and into advanced Google Plus optimization techniques. We'll show you exatly how to take your Google+ page to another level, and how to optimize for the future that Google has been planning. You’ll also learn how to avoid Google+ mishaps along the way to success.

We're also hosting a Google+ 101 training to go along with our Advanced Program.

To Sign up for Google + 101 training, head to:

To to sign up for the Advanced Google Plus Training program, head to:



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