Tres Cantos, Madrid (Spain) (PRWEB) October 31, 2011
"Internet Business How to?" announces the public launch of their new Website "My Google Plus Guide". To celebrate the the "My Google Guide" launch the website owner, Andre W. Klein, is giving away his latest report titled "+1 Traffic Wave", with the promising subtitle "How to get Free & Endless Traffic from Google +1".
According to Hitwise, the Google social network grew 1269 percent after its “open access” announcement. The new "My Google Plus Guide" Website gives advice and publishes the latest Google+ and Google +1 Button news.
For the ones that are not familiar with Google+ and the Google +1 button, following a short introduction taken from the "+1 Traffic Wave" report:
Google+ is the latest Google “assault” intending to penetrate the social site networking arena. It’s a clear competition to Facebook, and given the initial adoption rate of about 25,000,000 users during the 3 month “invite only” launch and the following growth rates when it was launched to public, end September 2011, it looks like that Google+’s member base will grow further. Only the future will tell us how strong how the competition with Facebook will end. In my humble opinion, I think that both will remain being Facebook still the leader for years to come. Therefore it’s important to be prepared and understand how this may affect your business.
Although there are lots of similarities with Facebook, the two social sites are quite different too. Google+ is very user friendly and has some very innovative features, like the hangouts and circles.
In the report I will giving and overview of Google+ and explain how it interacts with the also very recent Google button, but the main purpose of this report is to give insight into how the Google+ launch will skyrocket the adoption and use of the +1 button, and how you can take advantage of the coming +1 traffic wave for your online business.
After understanding what Google+ is, how it compares to Google's + Button, and discussing the future of Google+ and the related +1 button, we will dive into how website owners can benefit from +1, how to get started and how +1 helps you in driving loads of traffic to your website.
Interested readers can get the free +1 Traffic Guide here
Here are another few short extracts from the report:
...The +1 feature can greatly improve a website’s Google search ranking. An experiment conducted by SEO Effect – a Dutch company specializing in developing tools to increase website traffic – noted that there was a 20% increase in search rankings when they placed a +1 button on all three of their websites which in turn also increased their site traffic.
As of the moment, Google has not explicitly announced that the +1 feature directly affects search results if the search is done outside of a user’s Google profile. They have indicated however that +1 ratings can influence a search result since it improves topic and content relevance. ...
... The quality of your site traffic can also be improved and refined. People with similar interests or purposes can be introduced to your website by their Google social contacts once they +1 your content. ...
... It is encouraging to note that more and more websites are now opting to apply the +1 button more than Twitter’s Tweet. This shows that there is a growing positive response and inclination towards +1 as a social, website recommendation tool. ...
Why should our readers want to get this report?
1. Many people are not aware of the fact that Google+, Google’s new innovative social sharing and communication site, has been available to the public since end September
2. Even less understand how this affects the Google +1 button and their online business
3. As more users are already adopting Google+, more will be using the Google +1 button, and as a consequence, …the clever ones that know how to take advantage of the +1 phenomena will be far ahead of the competition.
For more information please visit the Website http://gplus-guide.com
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