Millions of people are using Google+ for interaction, communication, marketing, advertisement, and other activities. Many businesses put their best efforts into increasing their Google+ circle in order to use it as marketing tool and expand their reach on the social network. If you’re looking to grow your Google+ audience, here are some tips to help you.
Before expecting others to join your circle you need to put some effort into making your account or curating your Google+ page. Think about some innovative ideas and try to improve your page or profile. Also, make sure that your page appears to be active by posting and commenting continuously, but make sure that you only post the things that are really unique and of high quality. This strategy automatically compels visitors to join the circle as the page offers them rich content and services.
You can encourage the people who are already connected with you in your circle to publicize and advertise your Google+ profile with their networks. Businesses need to do this in order to expand their circle on their official page. You can offer some rewards to the people in your circle to help promote your page; this strategy will help you to quickly increase you circle and help your business to progress.
This is the most effective way to increase your circle. You can link your Google+ account with your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn account, this way your friends, followers, and professional connections can join your circle. You can also give out the link to your Google+ account in all your email newsletter in order to encourage your customers to join your cirlcle.
If you’re a good writer or have writers on staff who are actively blogging about your product and services, then you have a very good opportunity of expanding your circle by simply sharing these articles. Announce your Google+ profile by writing a blog post or sharing information about your company on your website and Google+ profile.
Inbound Marketer / Content & Digital Strategist, Blogger @ExpressTribune, LinkedIn Author